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COMMAND EARTH'S FORCES 



UNITED NATIONS RESOLUTION 

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For Your Eyes Only - Read & Destroy 

Re: Formation of Covert UN Combat Unit 

.Date of Inception: 1-1-1999 

Name: Extraterrestrial Combat Unit 

(XCom) 

The Threat: 

The ever increasing appearance of 
hostile Alien craft. The indiscriminate 
landings; the terrorising and 
disappearance of civilians. The hysteria 
generated among the local population. 

The Task: 

To combat the Alien threat by scanning, 
tracking and intercepting all UFOs. To 
research superior alien technologies and 
apply that knowledge for manufacture of 
advanced weapons and craft to be used 
against the aggressors. 

The Base: 

A secret base (Alpha One) has been 
equipped with two leased Interceptors, 
a Skyranger transport jet and 
scientists, engineers and soldiers. The 
base will have to be enlarged and other 
bases MUST be^ built (see Finance). 

The Finance: 

XCom will exist entirely on world 
government funding. Each nation will 
allocate funds dependent on the Xcom 
monthly results in their specific area. 
Governments reserve the right to 
withdraw or reduce funds, at any time. 



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1999. You are in control of XCom; charged 
by the world's leaders to strike at the alien 
menace that's terrorising the Earth. 

At first, you'll scan, track and shoot 
down the slower UFOs, but that will just 
be the beginning. Whenever a UFO 
crashes, or lands, you must be there; 
leading a squad of armed soldiers from 
building to building, from street to street, 
using all your tactical skills to capture or 
destroy the aliens. 

If you succeed in your first missions, your 
scientists and engineers will copy the alien 
technology to create more powerful 
weapons and craft for your forces to use. 
Gradually, you'll build up a terrifying 
picture of this Unknown Enemy, and their 
real aims and desires, then you'll have to 
work out a strategy to stop them. 




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APRIL 1994 







New Amiga Bundles EXCLUSIVE! 24/26 

Commodore reveal the packs which will continue the Amiga's success. 



The Amiga CD 32 gets two 
new software packages. 



NewTek toasted 

j\ Big changes at NewTek as they announce new Toaster package. 

J An ACE in Commodore's pack 

A new series of dealerships to push Commodore's A4000 flagship. 



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Hard Drives 

We come to the aid of users without documentation and software. 




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Networking 

We discover how to link our Amigas, and why we'd want to. 

Art Department Professional 2.5 106 

Have ASDG improved the Amiga's most popular image processor? 



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Personal Paint 4 

Another rival comes to try its hand against the mighty DPaint. 

Lightrave 

Possibly the greatest piece of Amiga software in ever. 

Clarissa 121 

If your animations aren't smooth enough, give Clarissa a call. 

Citizen ABC printer 123 

Designed to take the blues out of setting up your new printer. 

First Computer Centre CD drive 125 

Access the world of CD software, at a very reasonable price. 



Vista Pro Lite 

A version of the landscape generator for those with only 2Mb. 

Studio 16 

The latest release of Sunrize's 16-bit sampling card. 



utorials 

Workbench and Shell 

Part three: getting started with the Amiga Shell. 

Imagine 2.0 

3D morphing is extensively explained this month 



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egu lars 

Spong - The AF Comms column 

The Jeff Walker Column 

Public Domain 

Back Issues/Subscriptions 

Mail Order 

Workbench 

Letters 

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It certainly looks different but is ADPro 
2.5 an improvement? p 106 




Discover Lightrave, the package used to 
create graphics for SeaQuest DSV. p 1 16 




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Is the new Studio 16 the sampler Amiga 
musicians have been waiting for? p 128 




More great rave tracks and psychedelic 
screens explored In Demo Zone p 136 






Cyberspace and Dreamweb are coming your way. 

Read all about them in Next Big Thing. page 47 

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Coming Attractions i 
Microcosm 

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ward for game playing? Find out on... 



ffcrocosm really the way for- 
Find out on... page 56 



You just made a great choice! The choice to buy 
and read Amiga Format, the World's foremost 
magazine for Amiga users. Unlike other Amiga 
mags, AF isn't written by mere journalists. It's 
put together by Amiga addicts. Amiga users, 
Amiga gamers, total Amiga freaks. Unlike other 
Amiga mags, our editor hasn't defected to work 
on a PC magazine. Unlike other Amiga mags, our 
editor never used to work on a PC magazine 
(although he did do a spot on Bodybuilding 
Monthly once). 

Unlike other Amiga magazines, we're the 
one Commodore choose to include a special edi- 
tion of with every A1200 sold. And unlike other 
Amiga mags, we're the ones that the computer 

industry trust when 
deciding what to keep 
stock of in their shops. 
We're sure you'll 
agree that we're not 
like other Amiga mags. 
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Are the Naughty Ones lovingly mischievous, or just 
plain bad? Find out on... page 80 

Nick Faldo's Golf CD 32 
Bubba ' n' Stix CD 32 
Trivial Pursuit CD 32 
Guinness Disc of Records CD 32 

Hyperion 
Mega Motion 
Legacy of Sorasil 
Manchester United 
Championship Manager Italia 

Perihelion 

Dennis CI 

The Naughty Ones 

Re-releases: Award Winners Gold • Another 
World • Premiere • Thunderhawk • Police Quest 
"I Jaguar XJ220 • Leisure Suit Larry 1 • Liberation 
- Captive 2 • Second Samurai AGA • Kings Quest 

i Jurassic Park 500/600 • Eye of the Beholder ' 
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Music X is a legend. The most famous 
Amiga music program ever. It's a tool 
thaf s easy-to-use for the beginner, but 
powerful enough for the performing pro- 
fessional. Version2 has been 
eagerly awaited for the last two 
years, it will be released soon. 
But we've got the complete ver- 
sion 1.1 program for you, right 
here, right now. 

ProVector is a stunning graphics pack- 
age. Many readers may have tried 
Perfect Draw, or Professional Draw. 



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Both these programs are excellent, but 
wait until you try ProVector3. It is stun- 
ning. Not only do we have a demo of 
ProVector3, but we have the full version 
2.1 of this superb package. 

And once you've got the serious stuff over 
with, we have a great demo of ICE's con- 
version of Total Carnage. The coin-op is a 
total blast, and so is this demo! 

Plus a fun wee game called Dozer. 



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It's been another hectic month in the office. I've been forced to watch star Trek 6. and 
lade to play Microcosm. It's all too much. I'm just glad I've got Soccer Kid on my hard disk. 



WHAT A MONTH it's been. Once more 
Wordu'nrih escapes our reviewers' inspection, 
because Digita are siill pulling the finishing 
touches to it. 

The most excitement in the Amiga Format 
office this month has been generated by Light ravr. 
The Lightwave 3D software. part of the Video 
Toaster package, has long been recognised as the 
finest Amiga ray-tracing program. The problem 
was, that you had to have a Video Toaster to run it. 

When we heard that a small IS software com- 
pany called Warm and Fu/zy Logic had created a 
program to enable non-Toaster Amigas to run 
Lightwave, we expected Toaster manufacturers 
NcwTek to hit them with a law suit of titanic pro- 
portions. But this hasn't happened. NewTek have 
Seized the opportunity to sell their fine software 
into areas where the Toaster is not common, such 
as the t'K. So now. for the first time. Lightwave is 
on sale in this country. It's awesome, but so is the 
price - nearly £800. 

Try as I might i<> work this month, I've spent a 
lot of time playing games. Late in February, 
Psygnosis' Microcosm hit my desk. To describe this 
game as eagerly-awaited would be to describe the 
pyramids as pointy. I snatched the package From 
die postman and ripped it open in seconds. 
Psygnosis had told everyone that a lab T-shirt and 
audio CD would be included with the package. 
They aren't and it costs £-15. Who are they trying to 
kid? This is a rip ofl" to be sure. 

Although the game itself is OK (I've played 
worse on CD-*-), the graphics, animation and 
music are awesome. This is the Shadow of the Beast 
of the CD 32 . Not a great game (better than Beast), 
but a superb advert for CD 3 -. If your Segtendo- 
OWning mates come to your house and see this. 
they'll 'lump their Jap-crap in the bin. 



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busy to watch Star Trek 6, so I did. 
It's a tough job. but somebody's 
got to do It. 



Bui it has been Chrysalis' great Soceei Kid 
(.\/'5l 93 pei ceni |, thai has been taking most of 
im time. After sorting out the crashing problems 
on my A4000, the convenience or having a hard 
drive-installed platform game just three seconds 
loading time away offers great solace when the 

dreaded writers' block strikes. 

Rumour has it that this game didn't sell well, 
despite huge scores all round, spending just two 
months in the .1/ chart, and peaking at number 
10. If you didn't buy it. gel it now. it's a classic. 

Another game that didn't live up to sales 
expectations is t ndium 2 (.W-53 94 per cent). What 
is wrong with you people? Coders spend ages mak- 
ing great games, then vmi buy Mortal Kombat, and 
Jurossu I'aik Anybod) would think that you aren't 
highh intelligent, self-motivated individuals, but a 

bunch of hype-manipulated sheep. 




I was so excited by the arrival of 

Lightrave, I forgot to have my 

lunch-time game of pin ball 



Much of this mi null has been spent in the 
i upboard, our fond term for out little back room. 
It is little. Small. We put our copy of AdPro 2.5 in 
there, and it was full. But the bijou and compact 
nature ol the cupboard didn't stop us crowding in 

there to watch Star Trek 6 - The t Undiscovered Country, 

We gasped as the Knterprise NCC 170IB left 

space dock, we felt all warm and cuddly inside as 

the proud and noble Klingons forged lasting 

peace with the Federation. But what really 

impressed US was that all this entertainment value 
was being gleaned from two CDs. price £15.99. 

Full Motion Video has arrived, and it's great. 

But there's a downside. Commodore are so 
impressed with FMV. that lhe\ are not prepared to 
produce an A 1200 CD drive thai can't handle it. 
They have concluded that it is not possible to pro- 
duce an A 1200 CD drive that can handle it, so thev 
aren't going to produce an A1200 CD drive at all. 
Commodore support their argument by saying 
that A1200 owners would feel conned when FMV 
-auies start appearing. 

Who are thev trying to kid? FMV games aren't 
going to start appearing. The FMV unit is a £200 
add on to a £300 console. Less than 20 per cent of 
CD 3 * owners will have an FMV unit, so software 
companies won't develop for it. Commodore are 
missing an opportunity i" expand their CD mar- 
ket by not producing a non-FMY A1200 CD drive. 

Next month's Coverdisk will have a new mis- 
sion lot Syndicate users, and we'll be offering 
readers the opportunity to buy the full 20-mission 
disk lor a bargain price. If this causes the same stir 
in the office dial Syndicate did. I'm gonna have to 
Crack the whip next month to get the writers to 
stop playing and start reviewing. 

enough small talk. I have a right riveting game 
of Snfcer Kid waiting for me. See va! £p 



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The greatest international 

team match in golf 




ice the thrill of playing in the world's premier 
goffmg eienf.You must gel every detail spot-on to keep up 
wM the calibre of players you'll be going round with 




The incredible detailof the courses themselves add to the 
feeling of actually being out on the course, being one of the 
team and taking part in one of the sport's greatest erents. 




Ryder Cup Golf plays with startling speed and detail 
so real you can almost smell the grass. 







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Ihe mechanics of the swings from the lee to green have been 
intricately studied and replicated to make the game as close 
as possible to the real thing. 




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between two teams of professional golfers from 

Ihe USA and GREAT BRITAIN. 

The result was a convincing win for the British. The match was 

the brainchild of two men; Walter Hagen - an American golfing 

legend - and Samuel Ryder, a wealthy English businessman. 

The competition took place under the rules of the PGA, and 

the winning team received a trophy, kindly donated by Samuel Ryder. 

This was the beginning of the Ryder Cup. 






Compete with fc professionals en Ihe prestigious left) course 
or try your clubs on any of the other three courses. 



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ProVector is a very 

powerful graphics package, but it may 

be different to anything you've used 

before, unlike DeluxePaint, ProVector is 

a structured drawing package, and 

there are some very convincing 

advantages to working with a program 

like this. Marcus Dyson discovers 

just what they are... 



URGENT! READ THIS! 

To install and use your full ProVector2 1 pro- 
gram and your demos of StylusTrace and 
ProVector3, follow these simple instructions. 



1 

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Obtain two floppy disks which have nothing 
on them that you want to keep. 



Format both the disks. Call one of them 
ProVector, call the other ProVector3 Demo. 

Insert your Workbench disk and allow 
Workbench to load. 

Insert your copy of AF5BH, the ProVector 
Coverdisk. 




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Double-click on the -4F58B disk 
icon when it appears. 



7 Double-click on the ProVector Install icon, 
and have the disk called ProVector ready to 
insert when prompted to do so. 



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ProVector2.1 uses a 16-colour screen, but dithers the colours to give the appearance of 256 colours. Version 3, 
which will be released soon, will make full use of the AGA chipset to give 256 true colours on screen. 



8 When it has finished, it will tell you so. Now 
you can follow the same procedure again 
and install the ProVector3 demo. 



9 Double-click on your 
installed ProVector disk 
icon, then again on the 
ProVector program icon (left) 



ProVector. FFP 

to launch ProVector. 



9 Take a look at the ProVector2.1 control panel 
on the right, then flip the page to try a few 
simple familiarisation exercises to get you 
started in structured drawing. 



A LOOK AT PROVECTOR'S CONTROL PANEL 



GRID ON/OFF. Toggles a visible 
grid which can be used to help 
composition or alignment. 



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GRID SNAP. When activated, this 
makes points align with the near- 
est grid line. It works whether 
the grid is visible or not. 



MAGNETISM. An object can be 
made to 'attract' the points of 
another object. 



CLOSE/FILL. If this gadget is 
selected, any object that is 
drawn will have its first and last 
points joined, and be filled with 
the current colour. 



DRAWING TOOLS. These gadgets 
draw polygons, smooth poly* 
gons, rectangles and ellipses. 



SELECT. This gadget must be 
selected to click on any part of 
the picture and make it 'active'. 



DUPLICATE. This gadget works 
like the move tool* but instead of 
moving an object, it moves a 
copy, and leaves the original 
where it was. 



ROTATE. Any selected object may 
be rotated by clicking on this 

gadget., and then clicking and 
dragging on the object. 



GROUP/UNGROUP. Two or more 
objects may be grouped so that 
they can be moved, manipulated. 
sent backwards or brought for 
wards as one object* 




MAGNIFICATION. After clicking 
on the magnify icon, clicking and 
dragging around an area on 
screen will expand that area up 
to full screen. 



TEXT. This enables you to add 
text to your pictures. Ideal for 
creating logos* 



FREEHAND. This draws a free- 
hand shape wherever you drag 
the mouse. 



STRAIGHT/CURVE TOOL. This 
allows the drawing of complex 
irregular shapes made up of 
straight and curved lines. It is by 
far the most useful tool. 



DELETE. Clicking on this gadget 
will erase any objects which are 
currently active. 



MOVE. This gadget enables you 
to click and drag on an object to 
move it around your picture. 



SCALE. After clicking on this gad- 
get, click/dragging on a selected 
item will scale it up or down. 



DEPTH GADGETS. Objects can be 
sent backwards, or brought 
forwards to create the correct 
sense of depth in a picture 



APPLY STYLE. Clicking on this 
gadget will apply the currently 
selected fill and border styles to 
the currently active object(s). A 
combination of this and the 
Straight/Curve line tool are all 
you really need to create a pic- 
ture in ProVector. 



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STRUCTURED DRAWING IS most 
often used in conjunction with desktop publishing 
programs, ["here are good reasons tor this, hut 
thai doesn'i mean thai ii isn'l ideal for lots ->r 
other purposes. The mosi importani thing to 
remembei aboui structured (or vector) drawings 
is ill. u. unlike bitmap images, the) are noi made 
up oi lots "I little coloured squares, or pixels. 
Instead, structured drawings are described mathe- 
matically. You don'i have to worry aboui the 
maths, after all that's what computers are besi at 

Hmi it's good to know what the benefits of this 

method ofstoi ing a picture are. 

When a bitmap picture is enlarged, all the pix- 
els that make up the pi* ture an- enlarged loo. so a 
pi< mre thai looked smooth' when it was viewed 

\n\ small, be<<>nws blocky, or pixelaied. When a 

structured drawing is enlarged, the computei re- 
calculates the besi wa) to draw it, and sen<ls this 
information to the printer, so ihe drawing is 

always smooth. Look at the pictures ol the circles 

below, the red chile is a bitmap picture, sec whai 

happens when it is enlarged. The blue circle is a 

structured drawing. When it is enlarged, it still 
innks verj good. 




Anothei advantage oi structured drawings is that 
the) can be edited, even aftei thej have been fin- 
ished. <>K. si. cm bitmap drawings. Bui all the 
elements ot a structured "hauin^ remain 'dis- 
crete'. That doesn't mean that the) don't sell die 

story of their celebrity love affairs to the Scumdaj 

papers, it means that the) sta\ as separate, individ- 
ual objects, so ih.it .u an) time, you ma) edit. 

delete, change the colour or 'briny lonvard (or 
send hat k i ' an) item. 

This takes <t lijt ol ^ettiliy used to. I know thai 
when 1 stalled usinj» structured drawing programs, 
1 preferred bitmap packages, and it took me .1 

while to realise die benefits ol* packages such as 

hi'Yiitor. Now I would he as lost withoul ProVBClOt 
as I would witlioni Brilliance on my hard drive. 

Ihe third advantage oi structured images i-- 
their size. As I mentioned earlier, bitmap images 
pixelate when enlarged, so to make a high-quality 
bitmap image, to prim at sa\ lOcin b\ ban. it 
would require a file ol over 2Mb in si/e. Hut a 
sti ut iiued image ofjusi 20 01 SOKcan be enlarged 
to an) si/e withoul loss 1.1 quality. 

One of the most common uses for structured 

images is the design of logos. Simple images such 

as die Amiga Format logo appeal man) times in 
each issue, even time at a different size, or in a dif- 
ferent Colour. Ii\ designing them in a structured 
package we save ourselves time (and hard dine 
space). Othei elements ol' this issue, such as ihe 
ChartBuSters logo on page 93 are also designed in 

a structured drawing package. 

Enjoy htfVedor, and do in the demo ol 

PmVectorX The latest version of the package, due 
for completion in ihe neai future, has AGA sup- 
port, an even friendlier usei interface and a host 

ol new features. We'll be bringing our readers a 
Special deal on the new version as soon as it's i 0111- 
pleie. Watch these pages. 



1. SETTING THE PAGE 

The first thing we need to learn to do in Projector 
is define our document. Depress the right mouse 
button, and drag to the Page Prefs option on the 
Misc Menu, then release the button. You will be 
presented with this requester box: 



Now click, and drag from the left-hand side of the 
white area, down to the right side, making an 
area that is about 1.S times as wide as it is tall. 
When you've done this, your screen should look 
something like this: 



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Check the A4 box, and the CM unit box 
(Americans still use inches). 

Now click on the Grid On icon: 



Then click on the magnifying glass: 



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This has zoomed in on our work area. Projector 
can zoom up to 1200 times actual size. 

If, once we begin drawing, you want to zoom out 
again and see the whole picture, just press the 
Right Amiga key and Z simultaneously. 



2. CREATING AN OBJECT 

The drawing tools are in the second part of 

Projector's control panel: 

Try clicking on any of 
them, and then clicking 
and dragging on the 
picture area. 




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Different tools have 
different effects. If you 
get stuck on any tool, 
double-clicking will complete the object. If you 
don't like the object you have created, just hit the 
Del key on your keyboard, and it will be deleted. 

If the object you want to delete does not disap- 
pear, that is because it is not active. Click on the 
selection tool: 



If you click on this tool to deselect it (it will stop 
being highlighted) then draw an object it will not 
have any fill. 

Many of the drawing tools have options that may 
be accessed by shift-clicking on the appropriate 
icon. To create a circle, we must use the ellipse 
tool. Hold down the shift key, and click on the 
Ellipse icon: 





You will get a requester window tike this: 
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Then click on the object you have drawn. A series 
of points, or handles, should appear round the 
perimeter of a selected object. Once an object is 
active, you can delete it. 

At present all the objects you are creating should 
be filled with black. This is because the Close/Fill 
tool is active: 



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By clicking on the Constrain gadget we can force 
ProVector to draw a circle. 

By clicking on the Centre or Corner gadgets, 
we may control where the mouse pointer is posi- 
tioned as the circle is drawn. By entering arc 
values, we can further control the shape drawn. 
Try some variations. 



3. ADDING A LITTLE COLOUR 



Any object we draw in Projector will not be visi- 
ble unless we give it a border, and or a fill colour. 
In ProVector2.1 these attributes are chosen from 
two separate, but very similar menus. Pressing 
Right Amiga-F calls up the Fill Menu: 



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Choose a colour for the fill by clicking on any of 
the colour wells in the large palette square. The 
current colour is green, but we are going to select 
grey. Now press Right Amiga-B to get the Border 
menu. Choose a colour, style and weight for your 
border. I am going to use a black border, with a 
weight of 0.1 (typed in at the Wgt: box on the 
bottom left of the requester window). 

Now to apply our styles to an object. If you don't 
have a circle on screen, draw one. Now click on 
the Select tool, and then on your object to make 
sure it is active. Now make sure the Close/Fill tool 
is active. Finally, click on the Apply Style gadget: 



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You now have a filled circle, with a border. 



4. GETTING MANIPULATIVE 




Once you have created an object 
ProVector has many tools for 
manipulating it. First of all, make 
sure you have a filled circle. If you 
haven't, follow boxes 1-3. 



Now draw another circle on top of 

your current circle, then use the 

Border and Fill requesters to fill it a 

light grey, with a narrow dark grey 

border. Remember, you won't be 

able to apply a fill style to your new circle unless 

the Close/Fill gadget is active. 



Now using the Selection tool, click 
on the small circle, and then Shift- 
Click on the big circle, so that both 
are selected. 



Now click on the Group tool. Both 
the objects will now be joined 
together as one object. 





Now click on the Duplicate tool: 

and drag your circle to the right a r-%7 1 

little way. You will now have two J n 

sets of grouped circles, these will 

be the wheel of a car we are going to draw. 






5. DRAWING A CONCLUSION 



Now we have some wheels, we had better pro- 
duce a car body. This is the tricky bit, as BL proved 
when they produced the svelte lines of the 
Allegro. By far the best tool to use for this is the 
Straight/Curve tool: 




curve into the shape you desire, clicking again 
will draw the curved line you have prescribed. 
You can then click again to draw the next line, or 
click and drag to draw a new curve. See, I said it 
was difficult to describe. Experiment with it. 



Describing the function of this tool is more than a 
little difficult, but we'll have a go. If you click, 
then move the mouse pointer and click again, the 
tool will draw a straight line between the loca- 
tion of your first and second click. But if, while 
you are holding down the mouse button for the 
second click, you move the mouse, the line will 
bend and form a curve. Once you have bent the 





Once you get the hang of the Straight/Curve tool, 
draw yourself a car body. I have imitated the 
timeless lines of Adolf Hitler's design for the VW. 



6. FINISHING TOUCHES 

Now we have the basic shape of our car, but it 
doesn't look very good, does it? Don't worry, a 
few simple touches will improve it immeasurably. 
First draw a black rectangle over the top half of 
the wheel, then use the Duplicate tool to move a 
copy of it over the rear wheel. Like this: 






Now (while these rectangles are 
active) use the Depth gadget to 
send the black rectangle behind 
the car. Just keep pressing it and see what hap- 
pens. 



Your car body, and windows should join together 
to make one shape. 



You should end up 
with a picture that 
looks something like 
this: 




TOO MUCH TO HANDLE 

There are many more features to ProVector than 
we can ever hope to go into here. These include: 



• Full ARexx support 

• User configurable tools 

• Power clone and power rotate options 

• Layer control 

• Plotter and postscript printer support 

• Import IFF for tracing 

• On-line help 

• Keyboard short cuts 

We will be doing occasional tutorials to help you 
master these functions. Until then, don't be 
afraid to play with ProVector. If you've followed 
these pages, you have the basics of making the 
program work. Most of the rest of the functions 
work in a very similar fashion to those we have 
used here. Remember to make sure you have an 
item selected before you try to manipulate it, 
then be sure to click on the right icon for the 
operation you want to do. 

rt really isn't very difficult to get great 
results with ProVector. The picture of the girly 
with the green monacle-type device on the first 
page of this section was produced on my first 
ever sitting with the program. It is a copy of a 
scene from the Dominion Tank Police video from 
Manga (© Manga Video, thanks for their kind 
permission). Buy it. it's great. 

By far the best way to get more out of ProVector 
is to upgrade to the new version, which will be 
available soon. 

We've included a demo of Version 3 on this 
month's Coverdisk for you to try out. It offers 
full AG A support (256 colours on screen), an 
improved user interface and a full and compre- 
hensive manual of all of ProVector's features. 

As soon as ProVector3 is available, we'll be 






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Now use the Ellipse tool and 
the Rectangle tool: 
to add a few details such as 
the door and handle. 



Now we are ready to add the windows. Use the 
Straight/Curve tool to draw two (or however 
many you want) shapes, where you want the car 
windows to be. Use the Selection tool and the 
Shift button to make both the car body, and the 
new window shapes active. Now use the right 
mouse button to select Merge on the Misc menu. 



If your car body changes colour, that is because 
the current Fill Colour is different to the original 
one you used for your car. 

Here's a little tip, press Right Amiga-U to 
undo the Merge. Then shift click on the Apply 
Style menu, then click on the car body. This will 
make the car's fill and border attributes the cur- 
rently active ones. If you perform Merge again, 
the car will stay the colour you want it to be. 

NEXT MONTH: We'll 
take a look at some 
more ProVector 
functions, and how 
to perform them. 





Whle ProVector2 is an extremely capable package, it 
has one or two quirks which some users find confus- 
ing. Pro Vecfori tackles these quirks with a new 
interface. The addition of AGA support and several 
new functions promise to make it the Amiga's best 



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APOLOGIES 

Also included on this month's coverdisk is a 
demo of another Stylus program, StylusTrace. 
The program imports bitmaps, and then traces 
them for importing into ProVector. We have 
used the demo, and it is very good. But we have 
had some problems running the demo on some 
machines. Sorry, we can't be more specific it 
runs on our 4000/030, but not our 4000/040. It 
runs on an A3000, but not our 1200. Your guess 
is as good as ours. But we can assure you, that 
when this program is commercially released, it 
will work with all current model Amigas. 

If your copy doesn't work, don't be too 
upset it is only a demo, and would not add to 
the functionality of your ProVector disk. 



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SEQUENCER 








Ail you budding 

musicians are in for a real treat 

with this months fantastic 

Coverdisk. Future Music reviews 

editor Maff Evans takes you 

through the basics of Music-X to 

put you in tune with this amazing 

sequencer program. 

GO INTO ANY uudio worth its nil and 
you'll no doubt lee .1 computer litiing n the heart 
oi the operation, ["hat's because mosi <>i the 
machines used then will be linked «> >< via Mini 
(Musical Lnstrumeni niyn.il Interface), the lan- 
guage used I>n eiectroni< instruments .mil 
computers to talk i<> each othei !■• i I tin- 
machines from youi computer, s«m need a 
sequent i i Musii V is .■ lull MIDI sequent ing pack- 
age foi controlling synthesizers, drum machines 
and othei Mini equipment, and creating songs 
using internal rVniiga samples Ovei it" ncxi fWt 
pages, we sho\* \'>" il»- i>.i.m< ■» ami ^nr von two tuto- 
rials to get you creating iniiMi <in youi Amiga, 

SETTING UP GEAR 

\ll mhi need to run Music-X is an taiga. Sounds 
obvious, bul i l"i <'i people think you ner«l a rack. 
ol extra equipraeni to use i sequenca it you'w 
•i Mniic MIUI equipment »•> pfar) with then you 
have a btl nunc scope, hm you can ^<-i -ian« <i wiih 
jusl your tmigi and > few samples on 'ii-k. 

II it's possible, we recommend thai \<»i pun 
Hi* sound from ili«- Vmiga through a lii-ii system. 
To do i his you no <l >>• gel .< • able thai allows you 
to purj tin- tariga sound in nn.no [both Amiga 
otnpins being played through Im.iIi spcaken ai all 
limes) Since tftu* ¥ pU>s samples out of the first 
available audio » hannel, it makes them pimp from 
sidc-to-sidc in a moM disconcerting rashion. 

II you'vi 1 MIDtequipped keyboard, then 

gel yoursell a Mini interfiv <■ (about £20) and con- 
ned the MIDI < hn from the intern* '■ to ihc Mini 
in oi youi keyboard and the Mini Out from 1! 
keyboard t<< the Mini In ol the interface Now 
you're read) lostan making musa 
• 11 you alreach know youi was around Ukm \ 
thin you'll know what Rltei and Librarian pa^- 1 
are. rhej arc used foe more advanced operations 
Involving storing Sysex data and routing Mini rig- 
ruus, I "i more in-depth info, the makers ol IFstb 
produt e a dedit ated hHet h musk magazine, Atfan 
Mussr, whit h will iw* running advant ed tutorials 

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MIDI equipment or to create tracks with the internal Amiga samples. Boot up and find out why Music-X is the best. 



BEFORE YOU START 

Before you can start using your Music-X 
Coverdisk, you must decompress it on to two 
formatted disks. To do so, boot up the Music-X 
Coverdisk. After a while the Workbench screen 
will appear. When it does. Double-click on the 
disk icon and a window will open with two 
more icons in it. These represent scripts for 
decompressing the disk. 

Double-click on one of the icons. A new 
window will open and the disk light will come 
on while files are copied to RAM. You will 
then be asked to insert a blank disk. Do so and 
press Return. The data will now decompress 
on to your new floppy. Repeat this decom- 
pressing procedure for the second disk and 
you're ready to go. 



RUNNING MUSIC-X 
WITH 512K 

Although Music X will run on 512K machines, 
you really need more memory to get the most 
out of it. Having less memory to play with 
restricts the amount of sample data you can 
load and use, beca use fttusic-X grabs as much 
Chip RAM as possible for sequencing, 

MIDI users will be better off. because hav- 

*" J t you'll be able to 

enter more MIDI data into the s equ e ncer, but 
tor serious use we urge you to splash out 
about £20 on memory expansion. In the mean 
time, you should make sure that the 
Workbench option in the Options menu Is 
turned off (doesn't have a tick next to it). 



USING MUSIC-X ON AN A1200 



When Music-X loads, the first thing it does is 
attempt to grab as much Chip RAM as possible 
for storing sequence data. Because the A1200 has 
two megabytes of Chip RAM, Music-X gets a bit 
confused and tries to use the memory twice, 
causing the program to lock up when you select 
any functions. 

Don't worry though - you can get around 
this. First make a copy of the Music-X disk (see 
the instructions on page 21) and stick the copy in 
the drive with Workbench loaded. Open the 
Musk-X disk and select the Music-X icon. Go to 
the Icons menu and select Information. Click on 
New under the Tool Types window and enter: 

.-■EJUS 000 

This will create a memory buffer that Music-X 
won't be able to grab. This should give you 
enough sample memory to play with, but will 
still allow the program to run normally. If you 




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After clicking one* on the Music-X icon, and selecting 
Information from the menu, you'll see this screen. 

find that the balance isn't quite right for your 
own particular needs, then just change the num- 
ber in the Buffer statement. 



THE SEQUENCER PAGE 



This Is the heart of the Music-x system, it may look Intimidating at first, but once 
you know your way around you'll soon get the hang of things. 



1 CUE POINTS - Click on BEGIN to jump 
to the start of a track, and END to skip 
to the end- To mark a position, click on 
SET and then on a CUE button. 

2 TRANSPORT CONTROLS * Work like 
tape recorder controls: Pause. Rewind, 
Play, Fast Forward. Record and Stop. 

3 CLOCK WINDOW - This shows the time 
of the song and the position (in bars, 
beats and clocks 1/192 of a beat). You 
can change the current Song Position 
Pointer by clicking on Clock: or Time; 
and using the Rewind and Fast Forward 
buttons, or by clicking on the green 
arrows next to the display. 

4 TEMPO WINDOW Shows the tempo 
of the track. To change tempo, click and 
drag the slider, or change it by clicking 
to the left or right of the number. The 
Tempo Window also shows the free 
memory for entering MIDI events and 
reports MIDI errors. 

5 TRACK WINDOW - Displays what 
Musk x is playing. The first column dis- 
plays the bar of the sequence that is 
playing and the neat column its name. 

6 TIME SIGNATURE WINDOW - Click on 
the arrows next to the number you 
want to change. The top one is beats in 
a bar and the bottom one. the length. 

7 STORE BUTTON - Used to store the 
Record Buffer in a sequence. 

8 EDIT BUTTON - Click on this to edit a 
Selected Sequence. 

9 DELETE BUTTON Click here to delete 
the Selected Sequence. 

10 PREVIEW BUTTON Playing the track 
will play the contents of the Record 
Buffer, not the Selected Sequence. 

11 SEQUENCE LIST WINDOW ■ The main 
display and control window where all 
the sequences in memory are dis- 
played Select sequences for recording, 
deleting or editing, and change some 
play mode. The list is displayed thus; 
SEQ: This is the sequence number. 
Music X can store up to 250 sequences. 
MEM: The memory used. 

BARS: Length of the sequence in bars, 
CHANNELS: Shows the MIDI channels 



(or sample channels if internal sounds)* 
If applicable, it will show 'Many'. 
CST: When using special sequencer mes- 
sages, this shows you what type it is. 
C is Controller. S is Trigger other 
sequences and T is Tempo change. 
TIME: The time mode of the sequence. 
Rel is relative time (in bars, beats and 
clocks) and Abs is absolute time (hours 
minutes, seconds and frames). Unless 
you're doing video dubbing, then rela- 
tive time is the usual working mode. 
SEQUENCE NAME: The name of the 
sequence. Click here and type in the 
name you want as normal. 
OUT: Where the sequence will output 
when played. Click here to toggle 
between INT (internal Amiga sounds) or 
Exl (MIDI output). 
« »: This is the play offset section. 
Clicking on this column, you can turn a 
sequence to Off so that it will only play 
when triggered from another sequence. 

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THE MODE MENU 
This is where you select which page of 
Music X to work in. 

ABOUT MUSIC-X...: Calls up the credits. 
SUSPEND...: Pauses the program and 
frees the serial port for others. 
SEQUENCER: Calls up the main 
Sequencer page. 

SET FILTERS: Switches to the MIDI filter 
and keyboard mapping screen. 
AMIGA SAMPLES: Calls up the screen 
for loading and editing Amiga sounds. 
LIBRARIAN: Calls up the page for load- 
ing and storing System Exclusive data. 
QUIT: Quits out of Mus/c-X 

FILE MENU 

This is where disk operations are han- 
dled. Performances are files holding all 
sequence, sample and other song data: 
MERGE PERFORMANCE: Loads a song 
and mixes it with the performance 
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LOAD PERFORMANCE: Loads a song. 
SAVE PERFORMANCE: Saves a song A 
window is called up showing what data 
Is to be saved (sequences, samples, fil- 
ters and so on). Any items lit will be 
saved with the performance* 
LOAD SEQUENCE: Loads a sequence into 
the selected position on Sequence List. 
SET AUTHOR NAME: Enter the name of 
the track and other short comments. 



This is where you can set outputs and 
punch in/out points, move sequences 
around or set basic working options: 
OUTPUT CHANNELS: Route the channel 
data in Music-X to any MIDI channel. 
SET PUNCH IN/OUT: These points are 
used for automatically entering and 
leaving record mode for recording sec- 
tions. Set the pointer on the main page 
and the punch point from the menu. 
COPY SEQUENCE: Copies the selected 
sequence to another sequence location. 
MERGE SEQUENCE: Merges the data in 
the selected sequence with that of the 
chosen destination. 

EXTRACT SEQUENCE: Pulls the specified 
data type from the selected sequence 
and places it in the Edit Buffer. 
ERASE ALL SEQUENCES: Deletes all the 
sequences in memory 
USE ZERO ORIGIN: MusirX defaults to 
showing the start location of a song as 
0001.01.000 (bar one, beat one). This 
option enables you to start from zero . 
FAST LOCATE: When using auto-locate, 
Mus/c-X resets all MIDI controller data 
to the default values, but some MIDI 
instruments can't handle this much 
data quickly. If so, turn Fast Locate on. 
WORKBENCH: To save memory, you can 
turn the Workbench screen off. 



Adjust Music-X's timing control. Unless 
you're using loads of multitrack tape or 
video, leave this area alone. 

MODULES MENU 

Carry out Sh«ll operations. Select the 
Shell option you wish to use to execute 
the opening of a new Shell or CU. 



THE AMIGA SAMPLES PAGE 

1 CH (SAMPLE CHANNEL): Shows which 
of the 16 channels is to be used in 
sequences for playing a sample. In a 
sequence you treat this number the 
same as a MIDI channel. 



2 SAMPLE NAME: This is the filename 
of the sample loaded into that channel. 
Sonix samples will usually be followed 
by the .ss suffix. 

3 SIZE: The size of a sample (in bytes)* 

4 TUNC: The current Music-X tuning of a 
sample. You can change this using the 
slider below the sample list. 

5 OCT: Shows the number of octaves a 
sample will play over. To play over mul- 
tiple octaves you usually need several 
versions of a sample at different fre- 
quencies (multi-octave samples). 

6 HIGH NOTE: Shows the highest note 
that the sample can play. The number Is 
the MIDI note value of the note, 

7 ENVELOPE EDIT WINDOW: Here you 
can alter the ADSR (Attack. Decay, 
Sustain and Release) envelope of the 
sample. Attack is how quickly the 
sound builds. Decay is how it drops 
away after first being triggered. 
Sustain Is how loud the sample plays 



This is where Amiga internal samples are loaded, edited and tuned. 




when held. Release is how quickly it 
dies away. To move points, just click 
and hold the left button to drag them. 
The top arrows scroll the envelope 
in the window so that you can view dif- 
ferent parts of it. E+ and E- are used to 
add or delete stages (or 'Nodes') in an 
envelope (you can have up to 16 
stages). S+ and S move a darker Node 



through the envelope. This is the 
Sustain point and sets where in the 
sample the sustain section is to be* The 
bottom arrows Mft the Zoom arrows. 
Click on the left one to zoom out and 
the right to zoom in. 
B TUNING: Drag this slider to retune a 
sample (the higher the number, the 
higher the note will play at default). 



FILE MENU 

This is used for loading and saving 
samples and freeing up the sample 
memory. 

LOAD SAMPLE: You can load either 
standard IFF or Sonix samples (Sonix 
samples ar^ usually followed by .ss). 
Select the required option to load a 
sample. Note that when you first load 
a sample it may need to be tuned to 
get it to play. 

SAVE IFF SAMPLE: When you have 
loaded your sample, you can tune and 
edit it then save the new file complete 
with all the new settings (the files are 
always saved as IFF). This is particu- 
larly useful for presuming the 
instruments or if you want to convert 
Sonix sounds into IFF. 
FREE SAMPLE: Deletes the selected 
sample from memory. 
FREE LARGEST OCTAVE: Some samples 
are multi-octave sounds, which means 
that they have separate samples for 
each octave. 

However, this tends to take up 
quite a lot of memory, so you can 
limit the number of octaves used by 
selecting this option. This will delete 
the data tor the octave that is taking 
up the most memory to play the cur* 
rent sample. 

OPTIONS MENU 
There's only one option here - Audio 
Filter. This turns the internal Amiga 
audio filter on or off (shown by the 
Amiga's power LED being bright or 
dim). The audio filter slightly muffles 
the sound, which can get rid of hiss 
but can also sound a bit crappy. 



THE EDIT PAGE 



Most of the wortc carried out in Mustc-x will be done 
on this section - the Edit page There are two edit 
screens me Bar Editor which shows data in a graphical format, and the Event Editor which snows data 
as Midi messages and numbers tused for more precise detart editing.. On the Bar Editor you carry out 
changes usmg the mouse With the Event Editor you actually type the data into the exact location 



HUSIC-X Sequence: Gine Introduction 



BAR EDITOR 




1 PIANO ROLL GRID - All the sequencer 
data is displayed and edited here 

2 SCALE SLIDER - Move this up and 
down to view higher or lower notes. 

3 TOOL LIST ■ These are the commands 
that can be used on the edit screen. 
See the additional box to find out how 
each one works. 

4 VALUE SLIDERS - These enable you to 
edit the attributes of the selected 
event. For notes, these sliders show 
tuning (NT), attack velocity (AVL) and 
release velocity {RVL), but the data 
types change depending on what type 
of event is selected. It's pretty simple 
to operate though. Under these the 
current step size and note duration set- 
tings are shown. 

5 STEP/SACK * These are used for enter- 
ing notes in Step Time. To record in 
Step Time, click on Pause then Record. 
Now hold the note on your MIDI key- 
board that you want to play and click 
on Step to move the time forward by 
the amount set in the Grid window. 
Release the note to enter and end it. If 
you make a mistake, clicking on Back 
will erase the last note recorded and 
move back one step. 

6 CHANNEL SELECTOR - Click on the 
number of the required MIDI or 
Sample channel to enter data on that 
channel. Also converts any selected 
events to the channel clicked on. 



7 TRANSPORT CONTROLS - Work in the 
same way as the Transport Controls on 
the main Sequencer screen, except that 
you can enter In Step Time by clicking 
on Pause then on Record and using the 
step and back controls. 



I TIME SLIDER - Move this left or right 
to move through a sequence. 

9 INFO BAR - Shows the number of the 
currently selected sequence, the time 
position of the pointer or currently 
selected note and the duration of the 
currently selected note, 

10 PIANO KEYBOARD - This shows the 
scale of notes to be played. The notes 
on the main Piano roll editing area cor- 
respond to these keyboard notes, 

FILE MENU 

This is used for loading and saving 
sequences, storing or deleting data 
and selecting a new sequence. 
LOAD/SAVE: Used for loading and sav- 
ing the data in the current sequence. 
NEW: Clears the current sequence. 
SELECT: Moves to another sequence. 
Make sure you store any changes In 
the current sequence first! 
STORE: Stores the current sequence in 
the position chosen from the window. 
RECALL: Reverts to the previously 
stored state of the sequence (that is 
before you last entered the edit 
screen). 

EXIT: Leaves the sequence. You will be 
asked if you want to discard or store 



EVENT PAGE 

1 EVENT LIST - This is where all the MIDI event data is shown, with 
event number, the time of the event, the MIDI channel, the event 
type and the data corresponding to the event. 

2 CHANNEL - Click on these to select the required channel for the 
currently selected event. 

3 EVENT TYPES - Click on the required event type to change the 
selected event to that type. 

4 TOOL LIST - The edit functions for the screen are shown here (see 
the box for more info). 

5 STEP/BACK * These work in the same way as the step and back 
controls in the Bar Editor. 

6 VALUE SLIDERS enable you to edit the attributes of the selectee 
event. For notes, these sliders show Attack Velocity (AVL) and 
Release Velocity (RVL). but the data types change depending on 
what type of event you have selected. 

7 TRANSPORT CONTROLS - These work in the same way as the con- 
trols on the Bar Editor 



the current edits, hold them In the edit 
buffer or stay here and edit some 
more. 

EDIT MEMU 

Here you can choose the edit method. 
BAR: Chooses the graphical piano roll 
editing screen. 

EVENT: Chooses the text-edit display. 
AUTO STEP: Automatically steps for- 
ward when recording in step time. The 
clock will advance when you release 
the played key rather than having to 
press the STEP button. 

OPTIONS MEMU 
This holds the edit screen functions 
FEEDBACK: Selects whether to play 
Amiga Samples or MIDI data when 
entering or moving notes around. 
OUTPUT: Selects whether to play the 
sequence using Amiga Samples or 
MIDI. 

CUT/COPY/DELETE/PASTE: Your usual 
clipboard editing functions. 
SELECT ALL: Selects all the events In 
the sequence. 

SHOW CLIP: Displays the current con- 
tents of the clipboard. Click the left 
mouse button to emit* 

DISPLAY MENU 
Lets you decide what data is to be 
shown on screen. Just select an option 
so that it is highlighted and that type 
of info will be shown* To view MIDI 
Controller messages (such as Volume 
change) select View Controllers and 
choose the number of the controller 
you wish to view. 

MODULES MEMU 

This is where special editing opera* 
ttons ar* held. 

QUANTIZE: This is used for correcting 
time errors that you played in while 
recording* When selected it calls up the 
Quantizer control panel. The Threshold 
settings determine which events will 
be corrected. Only events within the 
threshold marks will be moved. The 
Effect % setting determines how bang 
on the shifts will be. The other options 
enable you to choose what type of 
events to quantize. 
SCALE VELOCITY: This enables you to 
scale the velocities of a group of notes 
by a set percentage* You can also 
introduce a random factor 
SCALE AFTERTOUCH: This works in the 
same way as the velocity scaler, but 
affects aftertouch data. 
VELOCITY FLATTENER: This works in the 
same way as the Scale functions, 
except that you set the actual velocity 
levels rather than scaling the info 
already there. 



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Here's what they do (Tools merited ' 
are not In the Event Edit screen): 
SETSIG: When you have Time 
Signature changes in a sequence, the 
bar and beat display lines may not 
correspond to the currant time signa- 
ture. Click on this to resin them. 
TIME SIGNATURE DISPLAY: Shows the 



ADO " Used for adding events in a 
s equence using the mouse. When 
you click on Add a window asks 
which type to add. Select then click 
OK. To add new events In the Event 
editor, click on Oup to make a new 
copy of the selected event. 
INSERT* Works in the same way as 
the Add function, except that the 
end point is advanced by the dura- 
tion of any notes you add 
MOVE * : Used for dragging events 
around with the mouse like you do 
In Add and Insert mode, except that 
you can't enter new data. 
REMOVE: Causes any events clicked 
on to be deleted from a t o q ue nee. 
SCULPT * | E n ables you to drag the 
mouse across th« screen and draw 
the settings of controller informa- 
tion required* A window will ash 
what kind of data you want to adit. 
tOCK * Enables you to 'lock - MIDI 
channels. To do this, click on the 
number in the block at the bottom of 
the screen. Click on it again to 
unlock it or select Bar or Event from 
the Edit menu to unlock all channels. 
SELECT: Lets you select a group of 
events by binding them In a box (just 
click on them in Event edit). These 

will remain selected until you 

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MARK ■ Works like S«l«ct wept that 
you dreg * horizontal select ar«« 
across the screen to Sft start and end 
mark points. 

UNMARK: Deselects any selected 
event*, 

ZOOM./ZOOM - • : Zooms in or out of 
the display. 

SNAP* Restricts and moves, addi- 
tions, and paste operations to the 
settings In the Grid window. This 
also allows you to move end resile 
notes using the cursor keys. Use the 
cursors to move, and shift with left 
and right to resize them by the cur- 
rent grid end duration amounts. 
QUIET: Stops the audible f 
that occurs when notes are dragged 
around the screen. 
SCROLL: When selected, this causes 
the screen to scroll to keep the play 
position marker on screen. 
GRID. Cells up e window for setting 
the grid snap and note durations. Set 
the values by using the sliders or by 
clicking on the type of note to use. 
P ARAMS: Enables you to edit the 
playback parameters. To change 
tempo use the slider. Change the 
time sig the same way as on the 
main sequencer page. Click on 
Enable Sync to enable the edit page 
to use the sync settings on the main 
sequencer page. Play in context 
plays the sequence back with the 
others, delaying the start of it by the 
•mount in the Start slider. Remap T/S 
maps the selected time sig to the 
musk data already produced, rather 
than adding or subtracting beats to 
get the bars to the right length. 
REPEAT: Causes the sequence to 
repeat from the beginning when the 
yellow end marker Is reached. Useful 
for looping sequences. 
UNDO (Event edit only): Rl " 
current event to its original state, 
unless you move the cursor away, 
which In effect confirms the edits. 



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USING SAMPLES 



This tutorial shows you the basics of how to create a song with Music-X using internal samples. You will need 
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Metronome Sequence. Click on 
the Delete button to erase the 
sequence. You will now have a clean 
palette to start creating a song. 



3 Press C on the keyboard to hear 
the sample. If it's out of tune (or 
won't play) then drag the Tuning 
slider so that it sounds right. If the 
sound cuts off too soon* then drag 
the last point on the envelope win- 
dow to the right. When you're happy 
with the sample (pressing C to check) 
click on the next channel in the list. 
Load up your sounds in the following 
order: Ch2 * snare drum* Ch3 - bass r 
Ch4. melody. 



5 Click on Grid in the right hand 
panel and choose the symbol 
shown on the picture for both Grid 
Size and Duration. The numbers 
should both read 48 on the sliders. 
When you've done this click on OK to 
exit the window. 



7 Move to the left of the Grid Edit 
window and hold down the left 
button so that a note appears on 
screen and you hear your kick drum. 
Drag it up and down until the tun* 
tng sounds right then release the 
mouse button. Enter three more 
beats on the other beats of the bar 
(next to the solid lines) to create a 4/4 
kick pattern. 



9 Click on Zoom- to zoom out a 
little and make sure the end 
marker (the yellow line) Is on the first 
beat of bar two (on the solid line next 
to 002). Make sure Repeat is high- 
lighted at the bottom of the column 
on the right and click on Play in the 
transport panel to hear your drum 
sequence. Good, isn't it? Click on Stop 
when you're chuffed enough. 



^m ^m Now we want a pattern that 

is Just kick drums, so go 1o 
the Options menu and select Extract 
Sequence. A window will pop up ask- 
ing you what you want to extract, so 
click on 01 and then OK. Select the 
second sequence in the list and click 
on Store to store the extracted data. 
When the data has been stored. 
rename the sequence Kick Drums. 



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Amiga Samples* Click on 
Metrotick. Sample and select Load 
Sample from the File menu, choosing 
the required format of your kick 
drum sample. When the file requester 
pops up, swap the Music-X disk in the 
drive for your sample disk and click 
on DFO: (hard drive users should 
select the required partition). If the 
sample is in a drawer, double click on 
a drawer to open it then double click 
on the sample to load It. 

4 Go to the Mode menu and 
select Sequencer. Click on the 
first sequence in the list and click on 
the Edit button to bring up the bar 
editor. Go to the right of the screen 
and click on Zoom* a couple of times 
to zoom in on the display. Now we 
need to set the grid up so that we 
can enter 16th notes. 



6 Now we need to set up the edi- 
tor so that the output plays 
from the Amiga rather than MIDI. Go 
to the Options menu and set both 
Feedback and Output to Amiga (they 
should both be checked). Add Notes 
mode should already be selected, but 
check this by clicking on Add in the 
right hand panel, then click on Notes 
and OK. 




Now we're ready to enter the 
snare beats. Click on 02 in the 
box at the bottom of the screen to 
select channel two (which should be 
the snare sound if you've followed 
the instructions). Go to beat .2 and 
hold down the left button. Again, 
tune the sample by dragging up or 
down until It sounds right, then let 
go. Place more snare beats at the 
same tuning at the positions shown 
on the picture. 



.^m ^^k Go to the File menu and 

I ^M select Exit. A requester will 
pop up telling you that you've 
changed the sequence. Click on Store 
to store the data in the sequence and 
return to the Sequencer page. Click 
on the Sequence Name section of the 
list next to your sequence, delete the 
word Untitled and enter the name 
Drum Pattern, then press Return. 



«Now we want to create a 
bassline. Go to sequence 
three in the list and click on Edit. 
Again, make sure that the Feedback 
and Output are set to Amiga. Click on 
channel 03 at the bottom of the 
screen to select your bass sound. 
Click on Zoom- to zoom out once and 
drag the yellow end marker to the 
beginning of bar three (003). That 
should give us enough room to work 
with. 




« Enter m two-bar bassllne by 
dropping notes in the right 
place using the right mouse button 
and dragging them to the right spot. 
If you can't think of one then just 
copy the one in the picture. If you 
make a mistake, then select the 
incorrect note, hold down the right 
Amiga key and press D to delete it. 
When you've finished, select Exit 
from the File menu and click on 
Store, Name the sequence Bassllne. 




jM JM Time for the melody. Select 
I*^P the neict sequence and click 
on Edit. Set the Feedback and Output 
to Amiga and click on channel 04 In 
the same way as the bassline. enter 
the notes in the picture and move the 
end marker to bar 003. A couple of 
the notes may look too short, so 
stretch them - select the long gap 
after a note, hold down Shift and 
press the right cursor button once. 
When the sequence looks like the one 
left t you can play it back to check it. 



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«When you've finished, select 
Exit from the File menu, 
click on STORE and name the 
sequence Melody. Now it's time to 
construct the whole thing into a 
song. Select the next sequence and 
click on Edit. Go to the Grid option on 
the right and set the Grid Size and 
Duration to the maximum values by 
moving both sliders all the way to 
the right (they should both read 768). 



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I M clicking the mouse button 
and press the down cursor until it 
reads "92 Kick Drums". Use the left 
and right cursor keys (without shift) 
to move it to bar 003 and stretch it 
using right cursor and shift until it is 
two bars long. Add a new sequence 
and change it to "il Drum Pattern*. 
then move it to just after the kick 
drum sequence and stretch it to the 
end of the bassline. 




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4m gT Click on Add then select 

1^9 Play Sequence and OK. Click 
on Zoom- until you can see eight bars 
on screen. Go to the left of the main 
display and enter a bar sequence by 
pressing the left button. We want to 
change this to the bass sequence, so 
press the cursor up key until it reads 
-f3 Bassline". Hold down the Shift 
key and press the right cursor seven 
times to get an eight bar bassline. 



jM **% Repeat this process for the 

uMM melody lino (so that it 
starts and ends In the same places as 
the drum pattern). Move the end 
marker past the end of the track (it's 
best to have a gap) then select Exit 
from the File menu and click on 
Store. Rename the sequence some- 
thing that stands out (I tend to use 
">»»»MAIN"). 



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I aF for all the sequences apart 
from the latest main sequence so 
that they read "OH" (the Main 
sequence should read "00000"). Now 
click on Ptay to hear your finished 
song. How's that for your first mas- 
terpiece? If you want to change the 
speed a bit, just move the Tempo 
slider until it sounds good. Oops! 
Better save it before anything hap- 
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^%^^k *>*l*<t Save Performance 
^£\W from the File menu to call 
up the save options. Click on the 
markers so that only Sequences, Time 
Parameters and Sample Data are lit 
up. Hit OK to call up the save 
requester and choose the disk and 
drawer you wish to save on to (using 
the same method as loading sam- 
ples). Enter a filename for your 
sequence and click on OK to save. 



RECORDING MIDI INFORMATION 




^m Plug your MIDI keyboard in as 

described in the instructions 
and load up Mus/c-X. Select the 
Metronome Sequence and click on 
Edit to go to the edit screen. Click on 
the first of the four click notes and 
press the up cursor two or three 
times to move it up. Select Exit from 
the File menu and click on Store to 
store the changes. This will make it 
easier to hear the bar changes in the 
metronome. 



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2 Click on the second sequence 
in the list then click on record. 
Get ready to start playing then click 
on go. After a two bar count-in, start 
playing along with the metronome 
until you've got your tune in. Click 
on Stop then click on Store to store 
it in the recorded data in the second 
sequence (unless you're not happy, 
in which case you should repeat the 
recording process again. 



This is a brief description of how to record data into Music-x from a MIDI keyboard. 




3 Click on Edit to call up the edit 
window and press Play to hear 
your tune. If the timing is a bit 
astray, select Quantize from the 
Modules menu, set the thresholds, 
click on All, then on Quantize to cor- 
rect it. You can also use the Move 
and Sculpt tools to change notes 
and control data if you wish. Select 
Exit from the File menu and click on 
STORE to store the sequence. Enter a 
new name on the sequencer list. 



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4 That's all there is to it really. 
You can now record more 
tracks in the same way or via the 
Edit window if you prefer (this 
works in pretty much the same 
way). When you come to save your 
performance, all you need to have 
selected is Sequences and Time 
Parameters (for the tempo). That's 
it. With these two tutorials mas- 
tered you should now be able to 
create your own masterpieces. 



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is mora a talc ol heinous dictatorship in the land 
ol Kookistan from ICE's latest lab shoot-ern-up. 
The rather unlikely-sounding General Myron 

Farlr\ Akhbnob has recentl) been relieved of his 
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Shop and, despite the queue tor Ins services. In 
hits decided to severeh damage the world 
instead. Retribution and all thai - you know 
hon i( is. Apparently, he ivasn'l too happv about 
.ill the forms he had to fill in before he could 
sign on. Anyway, il the army is assembled, let the 
destnu tion commence. 

The Genetal's forces an- assembled in, wait 

lot it, a Bain Milk Factory ("eeh. you sometimes 

wonder who thinks these things up") - but von 

don't get to kill anv babies, of course. We certain)) 
wouldn't have anything nice thai on our Coveithsk. 

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SPRAY-FIRE RIFLE - 
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ROCKET LAUNCHER 
launches rockets. 



PLASMA GUN - 
better than bullets. 



FLAME THROWER 
great balls of fire. 







DOG TAG - collect 
for an extra life. 



KEYS - the key to 
getting into places. 



MINES -press the 
Alt key to lay. 



HOLES - lure the 
enemy into them. 



Mission - the lull version has lour missions in all. 

Suiting with a toilet Standard rifle, within sec- 
onds, vou'ie surrounded b\ eneim gotdict? who 
set upon you. beating you senseless in the process, 
radical Ii|> One - keep moving. You are a frac- 
tion (aster than them, but their sheer numbers 
mean tbe\ Overpowei you within sei onds. 

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can; the\ oub last a lew seconds but thev buy von 

time. Avoid the mines at all rimes; not onrj do thev 

look vei\ similar in those heep-and-iepeat 
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also kill you. 

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around all over the place and ii you're a bit t anny. 

you can lute enemy soldiers, lemming-fashion into 
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Dozer is almost Jurassic Park in an ancient fortress. Yes, here's an Increasingly 

rare opportunity to operate a bulldozer within the confines of a castlv. Damn 

that meddling National Trust. Anyway, the aim of the game is to return a red 

Spmosaurus (probably very similar to the one in Jurassic Park), who travels 

under the name of Mon. to his cage using the Dozer - and a liberal sprinkling 

of 'the little grey cells', of course. 

Mon always follows the walls and the idea is to push blocks into his path 

thus manoeuvring the recentlyreturned-from-extinction red fellow towards 

his cage. But be careful not to push the block on top of him - squashing the 

poor bloke is strictly against castle rules. So there. If Pacman was a bulldozer 

and he lived in a castle, but never ate anything... Erm. well it would be a bit 

like that. You get the idea. Sounds simple enough doesn't it? Mind, everyone 

in the AF office is now bald due to having to resort to prolonged bouts of 

extensive pulling-out-of-the-hair activity. 

There are 10 levels of returning the-dinosaur-to-his<age action to tackle 

in this exclusive PD demo (and there are 100 levels in the full game as well as 

special endgame levels), and you can access any one you wish. Each level has 

a password - collect the lot and hey presto!, you've ensured Mon's extinction 

for years. Hurrah! 

You can use either the 
keyboard or a joystick, and for your edification, there is 
Turbo mode and a map to hand. Enjoy, bald people. 





Perched atop .1 building block. Mon the splnotaurus looks a bit of a cutre But don't 
be tooled, for behind the smile lies a devilish persistence to squash everything. 



KEYBOARD MOVES 

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cage by moving the block adjacent to wall and cage. 



Doeer can become quite stressful so if you get stuck 
level for a long lime, access the map and look at castles. 



I X = right 

I / s down 

I # = up 

I Enter or help = store current 

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I Esc = quit level 

£ Space = activate/deactivate 

turbo mode 

S a speed up Mon 

M = display map 



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VIDI 12 Real Time £134.99 

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GVP | 

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NEWTEK si 




split 



Paul Montgomery, vice president 
and co-founder of Newtek and five other 
members of staff have left the company, 
including Kiki Stockhammer. Daniel Kaye, 
marketing director Mark Randall and pro- 
grammers Steve Hartford and Ken Turcotte. 

The six left on 4th February following 
several months of disagreements on the 
future direction for Newtek. Rumours also 
abound concerning the possibility that this 
disagreement was over whether Newtek 
should be producing a PC version of the 
Toaster, with the ex-employees favouring 
moving the Toaster to IBM compatibles. 

A statement to dealers from Newtek 
president Tim Jenison, said: "This has also 
been a time of reflection for others at 
Newtek. As a result Paul Montgomery and a 
small group of other Newtek employees 
have determined that their future lies in 
opportunities outside Newtek." 

It is not yet clear what the ex-Newtek 
employees are planning to do, although it 
seems likely that they will work together. 
Although the loss of these staff is a severe 
blow to Newtek, one Newtek insider said: 
"This has really cleared the air as to what 



direction the company will go, which should 
work for the benefit of both groups." 

The long awaited Screamer accelerator 
(which will greatly increase the rendering 
speed of the 3D program Lightwave) has 
also failed to appear yet. Newtek are delib- 
erating over whether to put back the 
release date and use the Mips 4600, a more 
powerful accelerator chip than the one cur- 
rently used in prototype models which are 
being tested by various graphics and anima- 
tion companies. 

Newtek are also still maintaining an 
official "no comment" on the possibility of 
a PAL Toaster, but they have recently 
announced that they will be bundling the 
Video Toaster with the new Passport 2000 
from standards converter manufacturers 
Prime Image. This has been developed by 
Prime Image in co-operation with Newtek. 
and both companies will be exhibiting the 
combined system at future shows. 

Prices have not been fixed, but you can 
expect to pay around £2,500 for the Toaster 
and £3,000 for the Passport 2000 standards 
converter. UK distributors for Prime Image 
products are Vortex: 081-579 2743. 



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THE NAME OF THE GAME 




MultiMedia Machine iw 



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i ... ii forced by musu magnates I Ml 
lo i hangc the title "I their < 1) :; - 
games * ompilation. hum S<w That's 
What I (nil Oanus i'< Games " 
1 Ml, who alreath have a series « >l 
musii t Ds called Now Thai's Whatl 
( all Ifiutr claim lo haw ihe copyright 
<ui the title. MultiMedia Mai bines 
John Blackburn lays; "Basically. EMI 
have been bashing us with theii 
lawyers, Wc don i think they've goi 
the right to copyright the English Ian 
guage. but we • an'i afford '<> fight ii 

in the courts, so i I makes commercial sense jusi to go along with what the) want." 

Tlu- io ond .nid third U'»>«»* s compilations will iam the names Cam i - ami (Jama <nul 

Goodiis, The first CD will onl) change us name when ii is repressed, the i oples oi Now 

That'* What I Call Gamas dread) In the simps will remain ili<- same 



Smash Telly obviously bears more than a passing 
resemblance to Smash TV. part of the Games One CD 







Commodore are to g step bcttei than Desktop 

Dynamite with theii vutnmei A1200 bundle 

Last autumn's 0* sktop Dynamiu bundle was wideh hailed as 
tin best ever, but Commodore lia\<- worked hard since us release 
to assembh an i ven better pat ^ "Even time wc do a bundle the 

objei live is to do he! in ilian the last. ' Mtyg Commodore Ml) David 

Pleasance. "The Desktop Dynamite is a hard one i«> beat, but l 
know thai we*ve done ii with ihis new {>." k.' 

Pleasance -iK* ► n.i\s thai Commodore intend to return to the 
'two bundles pet yeai system the) operated several years ago It 
was Pleasance himsell who revolutionised I K computet retailing 
with the launi Ii ol the A500 Batman pai U En 1989. I he qualit) ••! 
bundles since then has been variable, but Pleasance's return i<» the 
i K i ompanj lasi yoni >.i» .« < hangc foi the better. 

On sale in earl) Vpril. die < omputei ' ombai pack ha*- ful- 
filled ilu ii ami. Il.uli Wordworthl \G \ and Oigila Print Managa arc 
retained from the Desktop Dviiamitc bundle. Inn all tin- othei 

software has < hanged \ 
new addition i* l></\ M Day, 
a desktop organiser, also 
from I ligita. Hut the most 
stunning item is Personal 
Paint •'. which replaces 
lh/i,\i Paint after six years 
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Paint in the new A1200 bundle, complete 
with a re-write to support HAM. 



POST YOUR MONTAGE 

Innovision Technology have tried to address one of the main 
criticisms of their Montage Video titling program (as reviewed 
in AF54. 68%) by releasing a module for this program which 
allows the us* of Postscript fonts in Montage instead of just 
the proprietary format the program uses 

This module will allow you to add attributes such as 
embossing, colour fills and translucency to any commercial or 
PO Postscript font although you will haw* to pay around £200 
for the privilege 

Innovision Technologies are on 0101 510 638 0800. 



HOW TO BE AN AMIGA 



Buying goods from mail 
order can save you lots of 
money - provided, that is. 
you buy smartly and take just 
a few simple precautions. 
Take these 10 steps to safe 
buying and you will be sure 
of a bargain: 

1) Before you send any 
money, ring the supplier to 
make sure the item you 
require is in stock Ask ques- 
tions about delivery, returns 
of faulty equipment postage 
and packaging. 

2) Always read the small 
print on adverts. 






3) Beware of companies that 
do not include their address 
on their adverts. Also, avoid 
companies which do not 
answer or return your calls. 

4) Pay by credit card if possi- 
ble. If you order goods of 
more than £100 in total 
value, you are legally entitled 
to claim compensation from 
some credit companies - if 
the retailer goes bust. Check 
your credit card company's 
policy. You can also try to get 
extra insurance in advance. 

5) If you're not paying by 
credit card, pay by cheque. 



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The double-sided Computer Combat pack shows off the best of both sides of the A1200 bundle. 



thai faci, Commodore asked Italian developers 
Cloanto to re-write the package to support the 262.000 
colour mode. Lack of animation facilities, and slow 
load limes still plague the package, but speed and 
image processing tools make it much more attractive 
than the increasingly cieekv Deluxe Point 4. 

The entertainment side of die bundle features 
Total Carnage (see the demo on this mouth's 



Coverdisk C), the plaiformer Brian the Linn from 
Psygnosis. and Zool 2. 

The novel concept of 'double siding* the pack's 
sleeve avoids conflict in depicting the contents, and 
allows retailers the chance to create separate displays lo 
attract more serious, or games orientated buyers. RRP 
siavs the same ai 11349.95. a bargain by anv criteria. 
There has never been a better time to buv an A 1200. 



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Fujitsu have released a new removable optical disk system which 
packs a rather pleasing 2'M) Megabytes on to a single cartridge. 

The new M2512A is only one inch high, so it will fit into the 
same space as a hard drive, but it uses removable cartridges, so the 
potential storage space is only limited by the number of cartridges 
urn can lit on your desk. 

Ii has a SCSI-2 interface, and Fujitsu claim a data transfer rate 
of 2. 1 Mb per second. Various types of cartridges will be available, 
including read-only and read-and-write types, 

Fujitsu are on 081-573 4444. 



Big C's seal 
of approval 
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standards 



FORMAT SMART BUYER 



Never send cash, and avoid 
using postal orders. 

6) Keep records. If you are 
buying by credit card, keep a 
note of the time of the order 
and ask for an order number. 
When ordering on the phone, 
always check the price. 

7) If you are sending a 
cheque keep a note of the 
cheque number, the date and 
the exact value. Make sure 
you know the exact name of 
the mail order company. 

8) When you receive your 
goods, check them carefully. 



If anything is missing or 
faulty, contact the supplier 
immediately. 

9) Always order from the 
most recent issue of Amiga 
Format. 

10) If a problem does arise, 
contact the supplier in the 
first instance. Most problems 
turn out to be minor hitches 
or misunderstandings that 
can easily be resolved. If you 
think you have a genuine 
grievance, contact your local 
Trading Standards Officer. 
The telephone number is in 
the phone book. 






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launched a 'Seal of 
Approval Scheme'. 
The scheme is part 
of the company's 
plan to re-assert 
their presence in 
the peripherals 
market and to 
assure that quality 
peripherals are 
determinable from 
iess high quality 
products. 
Amiga manufacturers and 
publishers can apply to Commodore to 
have their products tested and given the 
official Commodore thumbs up. 

Any item passing the rigorous demands 
of Commodore's new testing program will 
then be allowed to display the Commodore 
'Seal of Approval' symbol (as pictured 
above) on their product's packaging and 
promotional material. 

Manufacturers wishing to participate in 
the scheme should first contact Kieron 
Sumner at Commodore on 0628 770088. 




"It is my mission in life to serve the 
Amiga community/' says Chris Bennett 
of Xposure Publications, and he aims to 
do this by providing a quality printing 
service for small businesses. 

Running Pagestream 2,2, Art 
Expressions and True Paint on an 
A4000, Chris can provide newsletters, 
posters, menus, letter heads, booklets - 
if it's printable, he can probably do it! 
Call him on 061-443 2747. 

GET GLUED UP 

If you're the type of person who enters 
every competition you come across, but 
never actually wins anything, then 
Prodraw computer services have the 
program to get luck on your side. 

Solver can give you the answers to 
your crossword clues and can even help 
you write winning slogans and tie- 
breakers, so if you've got £16.95 and 
you're feeling lucky, call 082S 766376. 

LEARNING LINGO 

LCL's already popular language courses 
have now been converted lo include 
interactive real speech. Micro French, 
German and English use talking anima- 
tions and games and music to teach 
users and teach up to GCSE standard. 
For prices call 0491 579345. 



Power Computing have slashed the price 
of DKB's A4091 SCSI controller by 
£100. Reviewed on page 136 of this 
issue, the A4091 is now priced at £299. 
Contact Power on 0234 273000. 

SOUND IT OUT 

Amiga users who are into music should 
highlight Friday 22 to Sunday 24 April in 
their diaries for this year's MEMS Show 
at Wembley, London. For advanced 
bookings, call 0222 512128. 



VISTA REVISI 

Amiga animators can lend a helping hand 
to Andy Soar, who plans to stage a 
large open air concert in Nottingham and 
needs animations to display with his 
compositions. You can ring Andy on 
0476 65407. 

WHEN WE SAID 

In last month's Amiga Format we 
reviewed the Videomaster AGA colour 
splitter and said it cost £49.95. It 
doesn't - it costs £69.95 when pur- 
chased separately. If you buy both 
VideoMaster and the colour splitter 
together, they will cost you £119.95. 
We should also point out that both prod- 
ucts are manufactured and distributed by 
Hisoft, who are on 0525 718181. 



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OK, so my last column was a wimp out. What I meant to say 
was: "Get your act together, Commodore." 

For too many years we've had the best machine. IBM had 
the users with ulcers, breakdowns and blue-suited stock- 
option speed freaking blowouts. 

Anyway, give me a bridgeboard, and I can run PC soft- 
ware on my Amiga, if I want to, presuming that it isn't 
over-priced and under-powered and that I don't immediately 
consign it to the trashcan of failed, corporate nonsense. 

Meanwhile the Mac has the cool-hippie aura, the win- 
dowing, Jobsian, flora and fauna. It's become the US's 
biggest selling PC simply because Apple brought its prices 
down to a level that we would still consider to be risible. 

Give me an Emplant and I might forget, for a moment, 
the advantages of the Amiga over the Mac, such as TVPaint, 
Wordworth, IDE-driven cheap hard disks, and more. 

BUT WE'VE HAD both the speed and the cool. What we need 
now is to enforce our superiority, to not feel guilty about it, 
to not feel inferior about it, but to start flashing it around. 

We need to start screaming to the sad over-engrandised, 
over media-produced fly-boys, we need to say that we've 
had multitasking, we've had multimedia, we've had the best 
coders and demo writers, the least nerdishness and the least 
recognition. What we've had is the most cause for joy, tri- 
umphalism and smugness. Now what we want is the 
corporate back-up, so... "Get your act together Commodore!" 

We've got FMV! Before 3DO, before CD-i, before any of 
them. We've had 030s, 040s, A1200s. We've had the her- 
itage of the A500. 

We've got Team 17, Sensible Software, Psygnosis, Peter 
Molyneux, GVP, Retina, Andy Braybrook, Geoff Crammond, 
and the list could go on. 

But we've also got timorousness from the corporate 
nabobs; they appear to be either too frightened or too disbe- 
lieving of the success of THE AMIGA to take it further. 

RJ Mical must be turning in his money, weeping into his 
whisky and fuming about the fact that his machine hasn't 
yet taken it, taken it all. 

BUT FORGET THE cry of the corporate cud-sucking, money 
worrying bullshit. I've been surfing the Internet and my 
Amiga has been invaluable. 

The Amiga should be our gateway to a world of discus- 
sion on topics that cover the spectrum of human experience, 
and bar room banter. We should feel the pleasure of the 
National Basketball Association, we should feel the vacuess- 
ness of my computer versus your computer, we should feel 
the agony of the Slavs and the Croats. 

We can do this with our Amigas... and more. Now is the 
time for pride, now is time to stand up coldly, cooly and 
with calculation, and to explain to the sad ones - those who 
refuse to take a stance - that the code, the operating system, 
the commitment and the hope are all predefined. We have 
no need to justify, we have a need to be supported by the 
company that gave us our machine. 

PHEW! Now for another whinge. This one's about The 
Internet. More importantly, it's about the fact that The 
Internet seems to comprise Mac and PC users. 

Sure, Amiga Format recently got a mention on one of the 
major Net bibles, Wired - a magazine set up by its producers 
when the look-ahead, cutting-edge publishing community 
decided it was a little too interesting and maybe not quite 
profit-making enough - and rightfully so {AF still has some 
real attitude residing in it). But we can't let the Net become 
the sub-culture of PC-based techno-weenies. Let's get the 
Amiga in there now! 




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Mot tO be ltd out of Commodore's 
Summer promotions spectacular, the 

CD-*- is also to be re-bundled. For ihe new 
pack, tilled Speciacular Voyage, out goes 
the excellent Diggers, and the rather aver- 
age Wing Commander and (hear. Out too 
goes the appalling Dangerous Streets. 

In their place comes Xliaocmm (see 
our rave review on page ">6) and Chaos 
Engine (so new we haven'i reviewed ii vet, 
but there's a demo on our sister magazine 
Amiga CI) 32 ). Commodore consider it very 
important thai new CD*** users gel to see 
what the machine is capable of. "Microcosm 
is the fust product which really does justice 
to the machine," says Commodore's MD 
David Pleasance. 

Rather than go through the expensive 
and lime-consuming process of re-calling 
existing packs. Commodore are shipping 
dealers new sleeves and discs. This means 
that if von buv the original CD- 1 - bundle 
from a shop thai has been sent the new 
bundle you will get the original discs, plus 
Microcosm and Chaos Fngine from the 
new bundle. Not bad, eh? 




Taking you on a spectacular voyage - 
Commodore's new CD 32 bundle packs in some 
great new surprises for games players. 



More good news on the CD" games 
(rout is that CD*- now has 50 lilies, with 
over 200 in development. It also accounts 
for 38.6 per cent of all CD Software sales. 
ahead of both MegaCD and PC CD-ROM, 
and with CD-i fourth position. 

"Programmers have only scratched the 
surface ol 32-bit CD technology," saw 

David Pleasance. The coming months will 
see even better games produced - and 

thai can only increase the Amiga's hold on 

the charts. ™ 



DRIVING COMMODORE INSANE 

Commodore's Maidenhead headquarters have been plagued with calls and letters ask- 
ing why the A1200 with hard drive fitted does not include a hard drive manual. The 
answer is simple, according to MD David Pleasance: "Commodore does not supply 
A1200s with hard drives. In the UK hard drives are fitted by third parties." 

So if you have an A1200 with HD. but no documentation, complain to your sup- 
plier. If they are fitting hard drives, it is up to them to supply instructions and 
formatting software. Enquire before you buy, and if they don't supply manuals, take 
your business elsewhere. 

Turn to page 32 of this issue to find a feature on how to partition, name, and look 
after your hard drive. But don't forget, Ramiga International's AmiBack+Tools is on 
offer at a special price on page 108 of this issue and is a big help for anyone trying to 
maintain and use a hard drive. 



DEMAND YOUR RIGHTS 



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After Tim Smith demanded a CD-ROM 
drive lor A1200 owners in his column on 
last month's news pages, we have had a 
flood of letters of agreement. Bui don't 
tell us, tell David Pleasance. 

Commodore have stated their inability 
to produce an FMV compatible A 1 200 CD 
drive, thw to problems with the gate arra\. 
The) believe that II FMV compatibility is 
not achievable, there is no point in pro- 
ducing a CD drive- at all. 

We have argued that AI200 owners 
would buy a non-FMV unit, but 
Commodore respond that when FMV 
games start to appear A 1200 CD owners 
would feel left out. But FMV games will 
not appear until FMV is a standard Feature 
ol a Console. There is no point developing 



for a technology thai onlv 20 per cent ol 

users have, because it's a £200 add-on. 

Sure. FMV games might be common- 
place for CD64, but at present the) are not 
an issue. The issue is thai A1200 owners 
want to play CD* 2 games, and access CD- 
PD collections. We want to be pan of the 
revolution without having a CD-*'-' wired to 
our A 1200s. 

Like we say. don't tell its, tell 
Commodore. I lave your say. II enough of 

you are bothered about it, we will get what 
we want lis the power of the consumer. 
Address your letters to: 

I want an A1200CD, David Pleasance, 

Commodore Business Machines (IK) Ltd, 
The Switchback, Gardiner Road. 
Maidenhead. Berks Sl.ti 7XA. 



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Few would disagree that the 

Amiga is the most capable platform for 
multimedia applications. Bui (his niche 
market is less clearly defined, and less eas- 
ily exploited, in the business and desktop 
publishing markets in which the PC and 
Mac proliferate. 

Inient on cracking this market, and 
exploiting a considerable opportunity for 
profit, and a chance to further establish 
the Amiga as a 'serious' computer. 
Commodore have set up ACE - The Amiga 
Centres of Excellence, 

The scheme is intended to work in a 
similar way to Apple's Applecentre net- 
work of dealerships. Customers with a 
problem that requires a multimedia solu- 




Hcading up the first of the new Amiga 
Centres of Excellence are Bill Owen 
(left) and Peter Sumonivic from Amiga 
distributors and consultants, Ramiga 
International. 



During the opening of the centre in 

Pentrefoelas. North Wales, HRH Prince 

Charles called in via video phone to 

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who worked for Moonlighter, and have indicated that 
they will support and develop the various programs 
produced by Moonlighter, including Amiback, Amiback 
Tools and Tapnvonn-FS, which allows easy access to 
DAT machines for baeking-up hard disks. 

Meanwhile, the IK distributors of these product*. 
Ramiga International, have extended their oiler to 
upgrade last month's AF Coverdisk to Saturday April 
30th. Some readers may have had difficulties getting 
through to Ramiga due to technical problems with 
I heir telephone system, but these have now been 
sorted. Version 2 of Amiback offers various new power- 
ful features, including easy scheduling of back-ups and 
an improved user interface. See page ION for further 
details of the various Amiback upgrades on offer. 
• Ramiga International have also been appointed 
European distributors for products from US manufac- 
turer Ulterworks, who have recently released version 2 
of their Enlan-DFS networking software and a Ethernet 
card for the A1200 and A600. Ramiga International 
are on 0690 7700*104 (Noire) or 0690 770266 (Fax). 



HARD DRIVIN' 

Time may be relative, but space isn't. 
This is especially true of hard disk 
space, which is why 4th Level 
Technology have released a new ver- 
sion of their 1.2 Gigabyte rewritable 
laser cartridge system Mo-Miga which 
combines a Sony magneto optical drive 
and specially written Amiga driver 
software. 

The drive gives a maximum trans- 
fer speed of up to 5Mb per second 
(although 2Mb is a more realistic fig- 
ure for sustained use) through a SCSI 2 
interface, which is not included. 

The driver software has been 
rewritten, now allowing users to 
exchange cartridges with other types 
of computer such as Unix systems. The 
driver software supports all the stan- 
dard disk commands, and allows the 
user to remove and insert cartridges 
without having to reboot the system. 

The drive and software costs 
£2,300 + VAT , and the cartridges cost 
£149.99 + VAT each from Ramiga 
International on 0690 770304. 



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expertise .ill under one roof 

"I In- whole idea of A( I is io pull 
together all ol these companies whose 
third part) products really do make the 
Amiga sing - who collectively can ^iv <■ .1 
valid solution and can stand up to an) 
senium in the marketplace," explains 
Commodore's MD. David Pleasancc 

I In- scheme will involve a network ol 
independent companies, operating with 
Commodore's support undei the umbrella 
ol 1 he- m heme. ' 



Commodore's intention to announce the 
scheme ,\\ the Spring 1' Is (European 
Compute) Trade Show) was upstaged 
recently when the firsl centre opened 
ahead ol schedule in Wales, 

Id.- Pentrefoelas \< I is tlte brain- 
child ol Peter Sumonivii and Kill Owen, 
and is operated b) theii company Ramign 
International. Kill worked for 
( lommodore's educadon division some 
lime ago, before becoming .1 marketing 
consultant foi firms working in high-end 
\miga hardware and applications, ivtn is 
,1 software eugineei who lias l>eeu working 
on a tourism projet 1 Foi the t Iwyd tourisi 
office. Theii offices are in the village <>i 
Pentrefoelas in north Wales, 

The village had fallen into decline fol- 
lowing die migration ol the population to 
find work, llu- remaining villagers were 
fated with the choice ol seeing the villagi 
die, or to find a waj ol reviving n. So ihet 
formed .1 limited compati) and witli aid 
from the Welsh Development Vgency, sei 
about ihe task ol renovaiing the villages 



"in buildings, Ramiga's \miga < enire ol 
b'xrellcncc is housed In the old Stable 
House "I the Foelas Hotel, .1 building 
ulm.li had been in virtual ruin .1 mere veat 
before iis opening the renin 011 Manh 
1st, the Welsh national day, St David's Dav. 

Ramiga put on an impressive display <>i 
die Vmiga's capabilities for the villagers* 
the Viniga Press <un\ the Clwycl tourist peo- 
ple. During the day. IIRII Prince Charles 
contacted th< centre i>\ video phone and* 
offered hisi ongratulauons and I km wishes 
foi sua ess, 

Foi Mime of the villagers, ft was the 
first opportunity la see die awesome powei 
of Vmiga multimedia, Foi .ill ol them, 
Amiga video ( :i) was a revelation. Kut 
11 is die members ol industn and com 
merce that Commodore and Ramiga hopt 
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Other impressive exhibits on the <l.i\ wen 
Mick Tincker's multimedia display foi the 
London rransport Museum, with his new 
History of the Underground CD, and MO 
Miga who were showing oil then 1.2 
C'tigabyte drive 'see Hard drivin' news stun 
below, left 1 

I'iuiIim Vmiga Centres ol Excellence 
will be announced In the coming months. 
die first ol which will be in London's 
Dmn Lane. I In- Loudon \( I will be run 
i>\ Vmiga niusii expen \nd\ Bishop in 
conjunction with the multimedia devel- 

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Peter Sumonivic - was to produce an information and visitors guide to 
Clywd on behalf of the region's tourist office. 





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hoping to call on is 
that of Scottish Video 
and 3D man, John 
Allardice. 

Regular Amiga 
Format readers may 
recall that we fea- 
tured John in issue S3, 
in a news story about 
a film he was involved 
with. The movie was 
to be a cyberpunk story, and John was hoping to 
create the special effects using his Amiga, 

Cyberpunk 'net' stories feature a visual alle- 
gory of the global information superhighway as a 
net of bright shapes in a black void. These kind of 
special effects are the kind of thing the Amiga can 
do before breakfast. 

John was planning to use Imagine 2 and Real 
3D to create his net. but since Af53 was our big 
Video Toaster issue, John discovered the joys of 



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John Allardice. Since we 
wrote this piece John has 
been offered a big bucks 
job at a major digital 
edit suite. 




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John's company showreel is a testament to the 
hard work he has put in on Lightwave. These stills 
don't do justice to the animated original. 

Lightwave m our office It changed everything. 
lightwave is a system designed especially for the 
30 animator." John recalls. (See his review of 
Lightwave on page 116 of this issue.) 

We made the long haul to Scotland to see 
how things were going on the film. "Well, the 





Black Light is the new working title of the movie 
that Amiga user. John Allardice. Is producing the 
special effects tot 



name's changed," says John. Apparently tVefware 

ilso the title of a Cyberpunk book by Rudi 
Rucker So the new working title is Black Light 

"The first draft is now complete, " says John, 
"but the production company haven't actually 
come up with the development cash yet 

Until then John and Marc DeLaney, coauthor 
of the original treatment, must play a waiting 
game. All Amiga owners can do Is hope that 
Boxcar give them the dosh. so that Black Light 
comes to our screens soon, 



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Micro Machines (Codemasters) 


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Nigel Mansell (Gremlin Graphics) 


55% 


28.(21) 


Down 


Flashback (US Gold) 


FC93S 


29. (27) 


Down 


Dune 2 (Virgin) 


FC90% 


50. (24) 


Down 


Campaign 2: Global conflict (Empire) 


79% 


Chart compiled by Gallup 



CUT PRICE DAZE 

To coincide with the release of 

Ishar 3 and Robinson's Requiem in April. 
Daze Marketing are slashing prices of 
French developer Silmarils' other Amiga 
adventures. 

Both Ishar (A/37. 76<S ) and 
Transarclica (,l/45. 60%) are now avail- 
able direct from Daze for the stonkinglv 
low price of £4.99 each. 

A1200 owners can expect to pav 
£5.99 for the AGA versions. This special 
offer is not available in the shops. To 
cash in on Daze's crazy price drop, write, 
sending details of the game(s) you want, 
to Daze Marketing, 2 Canficld Place. 
London XW6 3BT. Cheques should be 
made payable to "Daze Marketing." 
Phone 071-328 2762 for more details. 




Daze Marketing s MD Richard Hennerley has got so 
little space in his office that he's knocking out old 
Silmarils games for a fiver. 



TORNADO UPDATE 

Digital Integration are releasing an AGA 
version of the Tornado flight sim (.-1/56, 809? 
and on the Coverdisk). This new version fea- 
tures all marvellous missions and stupendous 
shoory bits of the original, but comes in a glo- 
rious 256 colours. 

As an added incentive to shell out your 

hard-earned. Digital are promising an 

If you swooned at the detailed graphics and 

Operation Desert Storm mission disk, available in mt of the ^^ flying in ro mado. just wait 
May. Digital are on 0276 684959. until you see the AGA version. 





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1. Ryder Cup Golf (Ocean) 



FG91% 



2. Star Trek: 25th Anniversary (interplay) 



50% 



3. Simon the Sorcerer (Adventure Soft) 



84% 



4. Brutal Sports Football (Millennium) 



77% 



5. Jurassic Park (Ocean) 



70% 



6. Alien Breed 2 (Team 17) 



80% 



7. Civilization (Kompart) 



FC95% 



8. Plnball Fantasies (21st Century) 



80% 



9. The Chaos Engine (Renegade/Mindscape) 89% 



10. Trolls (Microvalue Flair) 



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Top Ten CD** Games 



1. Liberation: Captive 2 (Mindscape) FC91% 



2. Labyrinth of Time (Electronic Arts) 



69% 



5. Sensible Soccer 92/93 (Renegade) 



FC93% 



4. seek and Destroy (Mindscape) 83% 



5. Zool (Gremlin Graphics) 



FC93% 



6. Pirates! Gold (Microprose) 



82% 



7. Pinball Fantasies (21st Century) 84% 



8. Whales voyage (Microvalue Flair) 



81% 



9. Faldo's Championship Golf (Grandslam) 82% 



10. Fireforce (ICE 



56% 



Chart compiled by Gallup 





SENSIBLE SOFTWARE'S ASTOUNDING 
shoot-envup Cannon Fodder has domi- 
nated the top-end of the charts since its 
release in November, and it has held the 
number one slot for three months, dip- 
ping down to Number Two only at 
Christmas when the equally wonderful 
Frontier: Elite 2 took the top slot. 

Acid Software's race game Skidmarks 
is also making an increasingly aggressive 
assault on the Top Ten as is Komparf s 
cutesy god-game The Settlers. 



LESS SURPRISINGLY, F00TY games continue to dominate the 
Amiga games market with no fewer than six titles in the Top 
30 A500/A600 chart. Things can only get better/worse (depend- 
ing on your point of view) as the industry goes into the 
11-a-side overload that is World Cup '94. More details about 
the games you're going to be playing this summer can be 
found in Coming Attractions on page 48. 

ALSO MAKING A strong showing in the A1200 chart is Star 
Trek: 25th Anniversary, a game which appears to be selling 
purely on the strength of the TV programmes' enduring 
appeal. There certainly are a lot better graphic 
adventures around at the moment that you could spend your 
money on, not the least of them being home-grown wonder 
Simon the Sorcerer. 



AMIGA CD 32 GAMES are 
selling in sufficient quanti- 
ties now for chart 
compilers Gallup to issue a 
specific chart and it's good 
to see titles written for CD 
such as Labyrinth and 
Liberation: Captive 2 top- 
ping the sales poll in a 
market otherwise saturated 
with ports and revamps. 







In the number one spot on the CD 
charts - Liberation: Captive 2. 



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Buying a hard drive could improve 

the quality of your Amiga-using life. 

John Kennedy proves the value of 

being hard-headed when it comes 

to choosing the best way of storing 

data on your Amiga. 



MORE AND MORE \im-.i owners are 
discovering the joy lhat a hard drive can bring to 
their Amiga. In (act, if you haven't go) a hard 
drive, read on lo find mil why von should buy one. 
It you've alread\ got one. discover how to gel the 
most out of it 

A hard drive (also known as a hard disk drive 
or hard disk) is die single most useful piece <>t 
hardware you can ever add to ,\n Amiga. Fining or 
owning a machine which already has a hard drive 

installed banishes diose 'Please Insert Volume' 
messages forever. In fact, once von start using a 
hard drive you might find that the only time von 
ever ape a floppy again is to load games. 

Externally, hard drives look pretrj unexciting. 
They are usually black and either 'J. .Vim li (slightlj 
larger than an audio cassette box) or 3.5-inch 
deep (slightly smaller than the thickness of paper- 
hack book). Both connect to the Amiga via a cable 
and a suitable interface. 

The A600, A1200 and A4000 have hard drive 
interfaces built in. so adding a drive is therefore 
quite inexpensive. It is also possible to buy all the 
above Amigas with the drive ahead\ in pla< e. 

In everyday use the hard drive has the charac- 
teristics of an extra fast, extra large floppy. 
Typically, a hard drive will work 30 times lastei 
than a lloppv and even the largest ol programs 

ouh takes seconds to load. Programs which make 
extensive use of graphics or fonts will run a lot 
more smoothlv. 




Before you buy a hard drive, make absolutely sure sure that it has been tested with your model of Amiga. 




Ambitions 



How do I prepare a new hard drive? 

If you bought your Amiga with a hard drive 

already installed, it should be read) to go. When 

you switch on. the drive should whin and. within 
30 seconds, you will see the familiar gre\ of 
Workbench on the screen. The long delay that 
precedes the AI200*S normal bout is used l>\ the 
hard drive and so it all seems lightning last com- 
pared to the old (loppy-only system. 

If you bought your hard drive after you 
bought vour Amiga, you will probabh have to pre- 
pare (or 'prep') it yourself before it will work with 
the Amiga. The process involves two disiint t steps: 
1. Prepping the drive to work as an Amiga device. 
J. Koi matting and copying Workbench on to IL 

The first step requires a specific prepping pro- 
gram to configure the drive to work with the 
Amiga. H von have an A 4000 or bought an 
Al'-'OO b()0 with a hard drive in place, you will 
have a copy of Commodore's HPlnolBox program. 
This program makes prepping a drive extremely 
Quick and easv. 

When it is fust run. die program will search to 
see if a hard drive is connected. II it delects a 
drive, the program will then try to find out wii.it 
si/e and make thev are. The chances are that 
HDToolBox won't know, but it can then read all the 

information it needs from the drive itself. When 

the changes are saved lo the (hive ami the com- 
puter re-booted, the hard drive should appeal as 
an icon on the Workbench. 



The second step is required before ihe drive 
can actually be used. Formatting a hard drive is 
just like formatting a lloppv disk - but actually a 

good bit quicker. Minhliijhi the icons and then 
selec i Formal From die Workbench menu. Always 
use the Quick option, otherwise you just spend a 

long time waiting. Make sun- thai Fasi Kile System 
is used. .w\<\ decide whether or noi you want io 

have a Trash n on. 

When the drive has been formatted ii will 
become a normal Ami^aDOS device. and 

Workbench can be copied on to it From the origi- 
nal Workbench disks. 

II you don't have the official Commodore 
install programs, don't worn because there are 
several similar programs available in the Public 
Domain - IU>Pr*p is one which Springs to mind. 
These programs -ill work in similar ways, and the) 
will prep and formal the disk foi you. Some <>l the 
programs ma) e\ru cop) Workbench across foi 
you automatically. 

What are partitions? 

Although a haul drive is a single unit, as far as the 

Amiga is concerned it can he split into two oi 

more separate drives called Partitions. 

It is usual to partition a hard drive into two: a 
Workbench partition ol about five lolO megahvies 

in size where you keep the Amiga Workbench, and 

a Work partition where vou store all of vour pr<»- 
grams and games, 



Then- are several very good reasons lor parti- 
lion hard drives. Rrsi of all, it helps vou organise 

vour data. When you have as much as several hum 

died megabytes oi disk spate, you'll need some 
waj i<> keep track ol it all. 

Secondlv. it's a i^ood u;i\ ol providing some 
security. Hard drives occasionally go wrong, bui 
rarely do the) go wrong in more than one parti- 
tion ai a nine. 

Partitioning a drive is usually done at the same 
time as prepping, as changing the si/e of a parti- 
lion will destro) all the data present. II you intend 

io adjust ih<: partitions on an existing disk, you 
must back-up .til your il.ua or it will he losi forevei , 



Fragmentation 

Aliei a lot ol use, \<>iu hard drive m;i\ become 
fragmented. When a program mi data is saved in 
the <lisk, ii may noi he possible to store ii all in 



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YOUR HARD DISK PROBLEMS SOLVED 




Easy, or what? This drive has a l«Mb boot 
to store O wth ii Lli and hundreds o4 fonts 

Why does the Amiga software supplied 
say the drive connected is a SCSI one 
when rfs DC? 

~ Some software, notably HDTooSBax. is 

convinced that the Amiga 600. 1200 
and 4000 are fitted with a SCSI interface 
This isn't true! The Amiga is fooled into this 

' f as a consequence of the 
way the IDE interface has been bolted onto 
the Amiga motherboard and the libraries 
and controller supplied with Workbench. 

prepping programs, it may 



Format before they can be used. This is 
true, but an IDE drive does not In fact per- 
forming a Low Level Format on an IDE drive 
will destroy it permanently, so don't do it 

w*hy does my drive only boot from cold 
or not boot from cold or even only 
boot from warm reset? 

Some DC hard drives work at different 
speeds and are set up in different ways 
from others. As a result some will boot 



one. long, continuous block. The drive may have 
to split il imo chunks and scalier i( where ever it 
can find space. Although all this is hidden from 
you, the consequence of a hadlv fragmented drive 
is longer loading times. 

You can check how badly fragmented your 
hard drive is by using a program such as Ami-Hack 
Toots, (a version of which was on the Coverdisk of 
Amiga Tontiat Issue 57). The more files which are 
fragmented, the slower your hard drive will appear 
to work. 

Fixing a fragmented drive can be done in sev- 
eral ways. First of all, you can back up all of your 
data to floppies and then reformat the drive (do 
remember to use Quick format) and copy the data 
back again. 

The second way is to use a special defragment- 
ing program such as ReOrg (version 3.1 is available 
from 17 Bit Software on disk '2815) or Ami-Hark 












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As back-up programs go. they don't get much easier to 
use than Ami-Back. You can even program it to auto* 
matically back-up files every day, week or month. 



fly on certain Amiga configurations, 
but there are ways around this. Some IBM 
drives need pin one on the IDE cable dis- 
connected, and some Connor drives need to 
have jumpers set up as ISA instead of CAM. 

Consult the drive documentation for 
details, rf you are unsure it would be a 
good idea to contact the company that sold 
you the drive. 

Do not attempt these fixes unless you 
know exactly what they entail and can live 
with any consequences! We can't accept 
any responsibility for damage that may 
rasurt In some cases, the drive will not 
boot properly until it has had time to get 



Why do some games and other pro- 
_ grams not work properly when reading 
large amounts of data from the hard drive? 

ames start to act-up when they 
are used with certain makes of hard 
drive. Typical sympto ms of this incompati- 
bility include corrupt gjiaufcii* and sound. 
One way to fix these stutters is to use 
HDToolBox to alter the Max Transfer rate of 
each partition of the drive. 

This topic has b ee n dealt with many 
times by Nick Vettch in previous issues of 
Amiga format. Adjusting the maximum 
tr ansf ei rate to low e r values (such as 
OxFFFF) might help some hard drives cope 
with games and other utilities reading data 
from the hard disk. 

The new version of the Amiga 4000 may 
support SCSI 2 as well as or instead of the 
l[>£ standard interface. At the time of writ- 
ing this was not confirmed by Commodore. 



Tools' GP option. These programs will attempt to 
reorder all the data without the need for back-up. 
Unfortunately, if anything untoward should hap- 
pen during the reorganisation process (such as a 
power cut) the data on the disk will become 
scrambled. It is very important that you always 
remember to back up essential data before you 
attempt a de-f ragmen I operation. 

It pays to back-up 

Hard drives aren't perfect, they do occasionally go 
wrong and sometimes accidents happen. It could 
be something simple like switching off the com- 
puter by mistake in the middle of a write 
operation or it could be a nasty virus program. 
You might even accidentally kick or drop the com- 
puter whilst it is in operation. 

Whatever the cause, it pays to back up your 
hard drive even' so often, either to floppy disk or 

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some drives. If this happens you should be able to get 
up and running by setting the value slightly lower. 



to something more exotic such as Digital Audio 
Tape (DAT) streamer or video lape. 

A common question is "What should I back 
Up?" and the answer is simple. Back up everything 
you can't afford to lose. Imagine the worst case 
scenario, and your hard drive is totally destroyed. 
Which files could you not replace? 

You should have the floppy originals of your 
games and serious software, but your own pictures, 
text files and programs mav be lost forever. If you 
depend on your Amiga to make a living, it can be 
financial suicide not to make regular back-ups. 

The easiest way to back up a disk is simply to 
drag the important files directly on to a waiting 
floppy. Unfortunately this can take a very long 
time, and there is always the possibility that you 
will make a mistake. 

A dedicated back-up program, such as - yes. 
you guessed it - Ami-Back can take a lot of the 
drudgery out of the backing-up process. You 
might not be aware, but every AmigaDOS file has 
a special set of hidden flags associated with it. 
These flags let the operating system know what 
sort of data a file contains, but there is also a spe- 
cial archive bit. This bit is cleared when a file is 
created, but when a program such as Ami-Back 
stores it away on floppy, it becomes set. 

This means Ami-Back only backs up files which 
have changed since Uu? last back-up, which will 
make the operation a lot faster and easier on the 
number of floppies you'll have to have knocking 
around. You can also ask Ami-Back to only back up 
files using different criteria, such as those created 
after certain dates. 

Any good back-up program will also compress 
files to lessen the number of floppies required. 

Choosing a hard drive 

The Amiga AfiOO. A1200 and A4000 support the 
IDE standard, and as a result nearly all IDE drives 
are compatible (see the Hard Disk Problems box 
to the left for more details). 

The A600 and A 1200 were designed to work 
with 2.5-inch drives, and include a 'cradle' inside 
to hold them in place. Installing one lakes about 
15 minutes, although you should remember that 
as soon as you open the case of the Amiga you 
void any warranty. 

It is also possible to squeeze 3.5-inch drives 
inside the case of the A1200, although depending 
on the drive this may require a few internal alter- 
ations. It's not recommended for those afraid of 
using a screwdriver and a pair of pliers. 

The A4000 uses 3.5-inch drives as standard. 
There is room at the rear of the case for two IDE 
drives which can provide a lot of storage space for 
'serious' Amiga nuts. 

Before you hand over any cash for a hard 
drive, always ask if the drive hits been tested with 
the model of Amiga you own. Make this a condi- 
tion of sale - you might be unluckv and end up 
getting a drive which doesn't work properly with 
your machine. O 




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they were going to leave the Amiga ecene, but with 

Revolution currently producing stuff like this, who needs 'em ?" 

CU AMIGA 95% 

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You know about CD32 and you've heard about the Full Motion video unit, but did you realise that together they 
' represent a milestone in home entertainment. To discover the full potential of FMV and CD32, read on... 




Fast forward to the future of home entertainment with 
Star Trek 6, one of the films already available on FMV. 



WE ARE STANDING on the brink of a 
video revolution. And right in the front line are 
the Amiga < l> ■'- console and the Full Motion 
Video unit. 

The rather ordinary-looking KMV unit that fits 
into the back of the CD**** is the gateway to a new 
era <>| home entertainment. It means that vou can 
now watch films and music videos on your televi- 
sion from Compact Disc. And when we say now we 
mean NOW. 

You can already buy Compact Disc films 
including Star Trvtt 6, Patriot (lames. Hlavk Rain 
Naked Gun 2Vz and /"// Gun for the CD***- in your 
I ligh Street hi-fi and video store. 

In the next few months many more box office 
hits will be available, and by the end of the year wc 
could well see CD having gained such a foothold 
that films will be released simultaneously on video 
tape and Compact Disc. 



Thanks to the FMV card the CIV 12 is not just a 
games machine, but is a complete home entertain- 
ment system. Scores of games have already been 
converted to CD, you can play ordinary music CDs 
on the machine, and now you can use it to play CD 
films many or which have full Dolby Surround 
sound tracks. 

By the end or the decade Compact Disc could 
he the premier medium for watching films at 
home. The quality is far belter than can be 
achieved with a video, the sound Is superior, CDs 
are cheaper to produce than VMS videos, they last 
longer and... when was the last lime you played a 
platform game on your video? 

'I"he CD** and FMV are a landmark in the film 
and video industry's history. The pictures on this 
page show you what the future looks like for the 
CD* 2 and FMV. Welcome to the future. 

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The FMV unit: for under £200 it 
can open up a world with 
exciting new " 



if all goes to plan, we'll soon be throwing out our video recorders to use 
digital video CD players. Jolyon Ralph looks at the current state of digital 

TV, how it works and how you can be a part of it. 



THE MAGIC LETTERS in computer- 
land today are FMV 7 - Full Motion Video. 
Computer graphics have come a long way from 
the chunky blocks of the ZXSpectnun. and with 
FMV they are even launching an assault on the 
mammoth home video market. 

The FMV unit reads the data from the CD, 
decompresses it and sends out a video and audio 
signal that the CD 32 can display. For a computer 
to claim support of Full Motion Video, it must 
replay full-screen digital images at standard frame 
rates. In other words, the computer monitor must 
display real life images which look better than 
those coming from a VHS video recorder. 

The digital images can be replayed from hard 
disk. RAM or even CD-ROM, but to be true FMV 
they need to be full-screen, in colour and moving 
at 25 frames a second. 

The Amiga is well capable of FMV and it's pos- 
sible to get reasonable results by replaying an 
animation of digitised HAM 8 mode images, 
although they need to be replayed directly from 
memory on a very fast machine: hardly economic. 

WHY FMV? 

The advantages of a working FMV system are obvi- 
ous. The biggest is increased profit. Compact Discs 
have been so successful and cheap to manufacture 
that video distribution companies have become 
more than a little envious. VVhv should ihev bother 
with mechanically-complicated cassette mecha- 
nisms, when a Compact Disc (costing a few pence 
to produce) can be sold for about the same price 
as a video? 



A second plus point for FMV is that tape has 
always been rather restrictive and doesn't enjoy 
the random access that a CD offers: you can skip 
from track to track on a music CD in seconds, but 
you need to fast-forward and rewind for ages to 
find the right point on a tape. 

Pulling video on to a disc was never going to 
be easy, and the big problem was how 10 put the 
video information on to the CD without a funda- 
mental redesign of the entire platform. 

The Compact Disc was originally designed to 
store just over an hour of music on a single Five- 
inch disc, using high-quality 16-bit stereo audio 
captured at 44.100 samples per second. A full CD 
has a total capacity of around 630Mb of data, and 
because 16-bit stereo audio requires 172K of infor- 
mation per second this means the maximum 
playing time of a ( il> is around 74 minuies. 



If you wondered what this port at the back of your CD 32 
is for, it's where the FMV unit slots in. 



GREAT VIDEO FAILURES 

The first attempts at storing moving video images on 
Compact Disc were unsuccessful. Laserdisc used ana- 
logue rather than digital means to store high-quality 
images, but expensive players and lack of discs meant 
the venture was doomed. 

Digital video was theoretically easier to produce, 
but the bottleneck was always going to be getting the 
video data off the disc fast enough to display images at 
25 frames per second. 

The CDV system attacked the problem from another 
angle: if the video won't fit into 172Kb then why not 
increase the rotational speed of the CD to increase the 
data rate? 

The technology to read CD data at this speed was 
new and costly, and the increased data rate meant the 
disc could only hold between five and 10 minutes of 
video. That's fine for storing one music video, and a 



couple of standard audio tracks to fill up the space, but 
it's not enough to store films. 

Intel, best-known for the processors used in PCs and 
compatibles, spent a lot of time developing a system 
known as DVT. DVI is good for use in interactive com- 
puter programs, but unfortunately, it is rather 
expensive, and has only really found success in high-end 
training systems. 

Some digital video cards use a JPEG system 
whereby consecutive images are read from disk and 
decompressed in real time, but for Amiga and CD 32 
series. Commodore have adopted the MPEG-1 standar 
This is a wise move, because MPEG has many advan- 
tages over other the systems - the biggest being its 
adoption as an international standard by all major ha 
ware manufacturers. 

The new format of video on CD (Video CD) is base 
purely on MPEG, so for the first time it looks as though 
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CD J * and FMV open up a huge range of opportunities. 

By comparison, video is huge. A second of 
video is made from 23 individual frames, each of 
which would take up over a megabyte of space if 
digitised and stored in uncompressed form. Even 
when compressed using traditional techniques it's 
impossible to squeeze video into the 172K of data 
thai you can read from a CD in one second. 

INTRODUCING MPEG 

What is MPEG? Quite simply. MPEG is the solu- 
tion to a problem that was very nearly impossible 
to solve. Somehow the 23Mb of video data 
required even second, plus the data for the 
soundtrack had to be crushed into a total of 172K. 



It was, nearly, impossible. But spurred on by 
thoughts of the new markets dial could be opened 
up. the film industry and many major hardware 
manufactttrers got together and set up a task-force 
tailed the Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) 
to come up with the answer. 

The solution was a compression system for 
both video and audio, capable of squeezing VMS 
or better quality video and sound into the neces- 
sary 172K limit. 

Audio compression - compressing audio into 
as little as one tenth of the space normally 
required - was the easiest to implement. Using a 
psycho-acoustic model of the ear it's possible to 
cut away sound that humans will not detect, such 
as very high or very low frequencies, or sounds 
that are hidden underneath louder sounds. 

The resulting sound is not quite as good as a 
CD but most people will never notice the differ- 
ence. It's still far better than the sound on 
conventional video tape, and is, in fact, almost 
identical to the compression systems used for the 
Sony MiniDisc and the Philips DCC Digital 
Cassette systems. 

Video compression is done in three distinct 
stages. First die resolution of each frame is 
reduced by a half. The speed and quality of play- 
back ensure the images don't appear too blocky, 
and you can only see the pixels when you examine 
the screen closely when the video is paused. 

In the second stage the video data is converted 
into a format called YCX" 4:1:1, a much more com- 
pact method for dealing with video than standard 
RGB. It contains four times as much information 
on the luminance (Y) or brightness information as 
it docs on the individual colour components. 

In a video image the colour information 
changes less frequently over the screen than the 
brightness levels. Think, for example, of a picture 

Continued overleaf «* 



PLAYBACK TIME 

It takes hours or even days to process a film into MPEG 
format but unless it can be played back at 25 frames 
per second if s worthless. 

A lot of time has been spent optimising the MPEG 
playback routines, and the software is now freely avail- 
able. There are several Amiga MPEG playback programs 
in the Public Domain, along with some miniature ani- 



mations. Unfortunately, even on an A4000 the frame 
rate is about four a second for a quarter-screen image. 

Rather than empower every playback machine with 
100Mhz 68060 processors, the MPEG engineers have 
built the decoding programs directly into silicon which 
means they can run many, many times faster. The FMV 
cartridge for the CD 32 contains some of these MPEG 
chips which means even though it is only equipped with 
a 68020, it can still display proper FMV films. 



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MPEG ENCODING 

Creating MPEG videos is not an easy task, and currently 
there are only a handful of companies worldwide who 
can produce high-quality MPEG video. Even the hard- 
ware is made by only one or two manufacturers. 

There are programs available for the Amiga to cre- 
ate MPEG video streams, but these are of poor quality 
and do not currently support audio compression. They 
can take several hours to convert a few seconds of 
video, even when running on A4000s. 



What is needed is a system that can input live video 
and audio and output MPEG files ready to put on a CD- 
ROM. Currently such hardware is new, apparently 
buggy, and very expensive • you will be lucky to get 
change out of £70,000. 

Within 18 months this hardware could be available 
as a single Zorro III card to fit into an Amiga at a cost of 
f 3,000-£4,50O. Within three to five years you may even 
see domestic units on sale for a few hundred pounds. 
Soon you'll will be able to record your own Video CD 
discs directly on to a blank write-once gold CD. 




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HSCS ON MY A1200 

er since the CD32 first appeared it has been rumoured 
that Commodore would release an A1200 add-on that 
would enable you to plug in and play CD games and 
watch FMV movies via the A1200. 

That is not going to happen. Commodore have now 
'-' it dear that although it is technically possible to 



create such an add-on, is a financial non-starter because 
it would actually cost more to produce than the CD 32 . 
So if you want to play CD 32 games and watch CD 
movies, you'll have to buy a CD 32 . 

If you already have a CD 32 , if s likely that in the 
next few months you will be able to buy an A1200 
enhancer. Microbotics are currently working on an add- 
on that would enable you to attach a floppy disk drive 
to the CD 32 . Because you can already add a keyboard, 
this would effectively turn you CD 32 into an A 1200. 




The CD 32 Is much more than a games machine. With an 
FMV unit it becomes a complete entertainment system. 

of a cloudy sky, There are large areas of blue and 
while, bin the actual brightness levels determine 
the detail. 

Without colour the image would be 
monochrome, and without brightness it would just 
be made up of bright blue and white, and, at best, 
it would look like a poor crayon picture. 

The third stage involves examining the frames 
as a sequence, rather than individually. Sonic 
frames (on average one every half a second) are 
stored in their entirety after going through more 
compression svstems called Discrete Cosine 
Transformation, Quantisation and Run Length 
Encoding. These are called T frames and are used 
as reference markers for the rest of the video. 

The parts of a video which fall between the T 
frames are calculated using their two nearest 
markers. Areas of \ideo that do not move (a static 
background behind a moving actor, for example) 
are spotted and removed. Areas of screen that 
move but which remain essentially the same (such 
as a panning shot) are also noted. The calculations 
required to do all this are complicated and even a 
small sequence can take the most powerful com- 
puters many hours to complete. 

After the number crunching, the sound and 
video are combined or interleaved, and rather 
impressively, require less than 172Kb per second. 

The MPEG format requires some vers 1 savage 
compression to get video on to a CD. It is worth 
noting that the data loss is usuallv compared to Un- 
original master material on Betacam format broad- 
cast master, or on film. 

The quality is in many ways better than tradi- 
tional VHS tapes, and the usual VHS problems 
such as ghosting, herringbone patterns, noise 
static and other effects are not found on \ideo CD. 
Plus, CDs don't stretch or wear out like a cassette. 

WHAT'S TO COME 

Games programmers are going to have a field day 
when every console is equipped with the necessarv 
MPEG hardware. At the moment animations are 
limited to using the CDXL system which was devel- 
oped for the CDTV. 

Although CDXL is much belter Uian other 
software-only systems (such as those offered bv the 
St-.i Me^aCD) it is still well short of true FMV. 

Games featuring real actors and scenes have 
already started to appear on the PC, but it is only a 
matter of time before real, interactive television 
becomes a reality on your Amiga. 

Joylon Ralph works for Almathera, 
and is author of Video Creator, the 
first CD 32 title to support MPEG. 




Over the next few months there 

should be a flood of CD releases 

for the CD 32 with FMV unit. But the 

first titles were designed to work 

on Philips CD-i system, not CD 32 . 

Richard Jones explains... 






THE FILM AND music industries are queueing up 
to release their movies and music videos on 
Compact Discs. At present there are about eight 
film and music videos that will play on the CD 32 
with FMV card, but there are at least another 20 
music videos in the pipeline, and several more 
major film titles will become available over the 
Summer, leading to an "explosion" of releases in 
the Autumn. 

The first CD video releases were produced by 
Philips, and all the titles available at present were 
designed for use with their CD-i machine. 
Commodore realised that the first titles would be 
for CD-i and made sure that the CD 32 FMV module 
would be capable of playing theses discs. But 
according to Philips the fact that CD-i discs are CD 32 
FMV compatible came as a complete surprise. 

Philips spokesman Nick Thomas said: "We 
didn't realise that the first films would play on 
CD 32 , but it seems that anything that can access the 
MPEG data stream can play any linear video disk, 
and the CD 32 has the same MPEG chips as the CD-i." 

So how do Philips feel about the CD 32 being 
able to play discs that Philips designed specifically 
for CD-i? surely it's something of an embarrass- 
ment and an inconvenience? 

Not at all, says Nick Thomas: "We are delighted 
that they work with CD 32 . We are all agreed that it 
is great news. It will cause people much less confu- 



sion, and it means that the software guys can con- 
centrate on producing material without having to 
make it hardware specific. 

"As far as we are concerned, anyone who takes 
a partisan view over linear video is making a very 
great mistake." 

In other words this cake is big enough for 
everyone to have their slice. The more means there 
are of playing CD films, the more films will be 
released, and the more people will buy CD-i, or 
CD 32 s on which to play them. It's something 
approaching a supply and demand Utopia for the 
music and video industry. 

And even though it is (according to Philips) a 
happy coincidence that the first CD-i video releases 
are CD 32 -compatible, it would only have been a 
matter of time before Philips would have made all 
their releases comply to the White Book industry 
standard, which means that they can be played on 
any format that supports FMV. 

"We fully support the White Book standard," 
said Philips spokeswoman Gena Jones. "So we 
don't see CD 32 compatibility as an issue. 

"We want all the discs to be White Book stan- 
dard, so that all of the systems become attractive 
and the hardware specific stuff, becomes a less 
attractive proposition." 

Continued overleaf *' 



IN A SHOP NEAR YOU NOW! 



If you walk into your local hi-fi and video shop 
today you should be able to find about eight Philips 
CD-i titles that will play on the CD 32 with FMV card. 

These should include the films Star Trek 6, 
Patriot Games, Black Rain, Naked Gun 2ft, Top Gun, 
and Son Jovi, Bryan Adams and Andrew Uoyd 
Webber music videos. 

Also due for release soon are Fatal Attraction, 
Ghost, Hunt For Red October, and several Bond 
movies. Record companies have 22 musk videos 
scheduled for release this year, including titles by 
Queen, U2 and David Bowie. All titles cost £15.99, 
making them competitive with VHS tapes, but 
because they cost less to produce, the industry is 
very interested in CD movies and music videos. 

-You don't get this level of interest from film 
and record companies very often," said Nick 
Thomas, spokesman for CD-i developers. Philips. 



The flagship product is Star Trek 6. which was 
transferred to CD by a crack team of Philips techni- 
cians. "There are probably only another eight 
people in the world who know as much as these 
guys do. ' said Nick Thomas. 

The Philips team had access to the direct master 
of Star Trek 6, so the CD- ■ adventures of Captain 
Kirk, Spock, Sulu and their alien chums represents 
the best quality it is possible to create. If all the 
releases were taken from the direct master they 
would be of the same high standard as Star Trek 6. 

Apart from the titles mentioned above, you 
may find other CD-i releases. One drawn to our 
attention was the Playboy Complete Massage 
video, described as "a stunning breakthrough in 
home entertainment. Produced for loving couples, 
this provocative CD-i program will inspire you to 
explore new sexual possibilities,.," Hmmm. 





ugias is tne tough cop at the centre of an 
oriental gangland vedottta in Black Rain. 







Th« rang* of films and music videos released by Philips 
for CD-i also play on a CD 32 with FMV unit 








ONE OF THE most eageriy^rwaited FMV 

releases is Akira, the leading light in ihc Japanese 
An i nit* style of animation which is rapidly gaining 
cult status with Amiga users. 

The good news is that the video and game 
rights for Akira and the video rights lor more than 
20 other Anime tides have heeii bought bv a 
British company and production of Compact Disc 
versions of the films could start tomorrow. 

The bad news is thai the company that has the 
rights to Akin/ - the Stroitd-based games publish- 
ers ICE - has vet to decide whether or not to 
release the film, and if they don't release it, then 
nobody else can. 

We put ICE boss Stuart Bell on the spot bv ask- 
ing him when we can expect to see an Akira game 
on die Amiga and what's happening with an FMV 
Akira movie. 

"Work is currently underway on both llopp\ 
and CD* 4 - versions of Akira," savs Stuart. "We hope 
to release an FMV version of Akira this year." 

But it's all a bit vague though, isn't it? There 
arc no firm release dates, so what happens to the 
Akira licence if ICE decide not to go ahead with 
the game and FMV release? 

"We are the lieencees of the computer game 

rights and it will be appearing on a number of dif- 
ferent computer formats." savs Stuart. "II we 
should decide not to publish For the Amiga or an\ 
Other format that we have the licence for, that 
would simpls be that, for at least as long as the 
licence runs." 



But given Amiga users' incredible interest in 
Akira and die other Anime titles, can ICE afford 
not to develop the game and FMV movie? 

"We have to make a commercial decision." 
explains Stuart. "While we are all hardened Amiga 
gamers and Akira addicts, we have to be certain 
that we are going to be able to get a return for our 
investment. Sadly for Commodore there arc other 
machine formats that are more guaranteed to 
return our investment and we have to look at 
these first." 

THE AKIRA STORY 

Otomo Katsuhiio's film Akira was first shown in 
Tokyo i>n July 6, I98H and was previewed in this 
country at the Bristol Film Festival in 1990. 

The film, which has now gained cult status. i> 
based on the comic book Akira siorv and concen- 
trates on a violent society motorbike gangs. 
adolescent no-hopers. junkies and petty criminals 
in Neo-Tokvo. a city born out of the rubble and 
ruins of Tokyo alter it was destroyed in a World 
War Three holocaust. 

The film is a nightmare futuristic vision of a 

Japanese society where anarchy and mob rule are 

the norm. The content is heavih influenced bv 

Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, but the style owes 

everything to the Anime tradition. 

The dark and mysterious figure of Akira per- 
vades the gangland action, but is he a force of 
good or just another personification of evil? Watch 
the film and find out. O 



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THE ANIME STYLE 

You only have to check out the number of Public 
Domain demos influenced by Anime to appreciate 
that the Japanese style of art is having a huge influ- 
ence on Amiga users. 

Akira is the best known example of Anime (pro- 
nounced ah nee-may ), but the style is far from 
being a recent phenomenon. Anime dates back to 
the beginning of this century when Japanese artists 
and illustrators first began to experiment with the 
new art of film-making. 



There are now more than a million hours of 
Anime films, and the Japanese animation industry 
has grown into a major artistic and financial force. 

You will often see Anime films des cr ibed as 
manga films. Manga is in fact the Japanese for 'irre- 
sponsible picture' or comic book, and is also the 
name of the leading Anime film company. 

The top-selling manga comic in Japan is ! 
Jump, which sells more than six million c o pies m 
week. Manga comics account for almost a third of 



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Every month, Amiga Format brings 
you the best in game reviews. We are 
committed to telling you exactly what 
is right or wrong with the game, and 
we don't pull our punches. 

Once, we were all punters too, and 
all of us have had a nasty experience 
rith duff games at some time. 

We don't want that to happen to 
hi, so every game we recieve has a 
hole host of tests to pass before it 
gets our ultimate accolade - the 
Amiga Format Gold. 

We stick to four golden rules: 

a) If a game isn't finished, then we 
won't review it, 

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take. Trust us, and we'll look 

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IN THIS ISSUE... 

Next Big Thing 
Coming attractions 
Games censorship 
•cosm CD32 

: round-up 

Mega Motion 

Hyperion 

Arcade Pool competition 

The Legacy of SorasH 

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From books to movies to rock 'n' roll, cyberpunk is big business these days, but 
it's never more at home than on the Amiga as Rob Mead discovers. 






Dreamweb hero Ryan pauses midway through his killing spree and pops down to the 
bank to check his Direct Debit transactions. If only dreams were always so simple. 

ntil the early 80s, the 93%), Cyberspace is based around 

future was seen as a a 3D playing environment, reminis- 

cent of Legends of Valour, where 
characters lead their own lives irre- 
spective of your own activities within 
the game. According to the game's 
producer Rik Yapp, Cyberspace fea- 
tures over 7.5 million locations for 
you to explore and millions more 
people you can meet. 



There are literally millions of locations for you to explore In Cyberspace and even more 
people to meet. The green stuff Is your cyberpunklsh Head Up Display. 



utopion universe, filled 
with hi-tech cities, 
gleaming spires and untold wealth 
and technology, even nightmare 
visions of the future portrayed the 
world in the same way. 

Cyberpunk changed all that. 
Through the science fiction novels of 
William Gibson, among others, the 
future has been portrayed as a teem- 
ing, densely overpopulated 
nightmare where life is cheap and 
only the wealthy and powerful have 
control over their own destinies. 
Enter Dreamweb and Cyberspace, 
two new cyberpunk adventures from 
Empire Software. 

Based on the role-playing 
boardgame of the same name, 
Cyberspace takes you to 2090 and 
drops you in New Boston, a city 
dominated by a collapsing govern- 
ment, repressive mega corporations, 
drug abuse and random violence. 
Programmed by ODE Developments 
- the team behind highly-acclaimed 
tanks sims Team Yankee (AF1 6, 
81%) and Pacific Islands (AF35, 



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blood, gore and 
Dream web bursts on 

Being an RPG, Cyberspace 
offers you the chance to choose from 
six pre-generated characters, each 
with their own occupation - Net 
Junkie, Sleaze, Sneak, Killer, Tech 
Rat or Jockey - or you can generate 
your own. 

The kind of game you play 
depends on your character, yet you 
always end up coming to the rescue 
of your best pal who's ultimately 
abducted by one of the megacorps 
and his secret plans stolen. 

Central to the game is the 
cyberspace arena itself. Accessed by 



logging into one of the netstations 
located within each building, 
cyberspace is a wire-frame, battle- 
zone world full of viruses, defence 
progroms and data which you have 
to bypass, destroy and access 
respectively- From cyberspace you 
can find out all kinds of information 
about other characters and the 
megacorps which control them. 

nt with plenty off 

a smidgen off sex, 
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Dreamweb, meanwhile, offers a 
similarly nightmarish view of the 
future, but brings a very different 
slant in terms of gameplay. Viewed 
from an overhead perspective, 
Dreamweb is a graphic adventure 
spread over 30 locations with more 
than 200 rooms to explore and 80 
different characters to interact with. 
The plot revolves around the 
dreamweb of the title, "an endless 
dwelling of thought" which controls 
the world's waking state. 

Unfortunately the seven keepers 
of the dreamweb have become irre- 



trievably infected with evil, throwing 
the world into chaos. It's your job to 
kill all of the seven keepers so the 
dreamweb regenerates. 

Spectacularly violent with plenty 
of blood, gore and even a smidgeon 
of sex, Dreamweb bursts on to your 
screen. The top-down perspective 
may seem unusual in a graphic 
adventure, but it enables you to see 
all the objects and characters in a 
room as you enter it and doesn't try 
to fool you with a distorted perspec- 
tive. Every single object in the game 
can also be used or manipulated in 
some way and there's a detailed text 
description for each object so you 
always know exactly what you're 
dealing with. 

Graphically, the game has a 
dark, foreboding atmosphere with 
4,000 frames of animation and a 
decidely Blade Runnensh feel to 
keep it all rolling along smoothly. 

Dreamweb is released in April, 
with Cyberspace following one 
month later. Both games will sell for 
£34.99 eoch. Empire are also plan- 
ning CD 32 versions of the games, 
but this has yet to be confirmed. *2> 




Dreamweb'* Blade Runner4sh world Is tilled with grisly 
discoveries like this one. Or did you do It yourself? 



Cyberspace enables you to pick one of six default char- After a hard day careering around the future, there': 
acters or create a unique one of your own. nothing more relaxing than a good cybersleep. 




Rob Mead looks forward to a feast of footie 
fun that's coming your way to celebrate the 
World Cup. Shame that England aren't going 
to be there, or Scotland, or Wales. 



WORLD CUP FEVE 



t STAY INFORMED! 


) Our up-to-the-minute listing of forthcoming releases 


APRIL 






Beneath A Steel Sky 


Virgin 


Format Gold-rated adventure gets delayed 


Breach 3 


Impressions 


Cannon Fodder-style strategy game 


Bump n' Bum 


Grandslam 


Cartoon racing game in Super Mario KartClassic 


Arcadia compilation 


Alternative 


Space Invaders, Pacman and more- 


Crash Dummies 


Virgin 


Dangerous driving reaps rewards for this pair 


Elfmanla 


Renegade 


Flnlandlan beat-envup gets postponed again 


Hired Guns CD 32 


Psygnosts 


Originally an FG 95 per cent, now on CD 32 


Kings Quest 6 


Sierra 


Latest episode in RPG saga from Revolution 


Myth CD 32 


System 3 


Old beat-en>up gets new lease of life 


Robinson's Requiem 


Daze 


Fight for your life In this survival simulation 


Second Samurai CD 32 


Psygnosis 


Mev Dines highly playable hack 'n' slash sequel 


Slowing 


Add Software Graphically stunning 3D shoot-em-up [J 


Simon the Sorcerer CD 32 


Adventure Soft Britain's answer to Monkey Island |? 


Soccer KM CD 32 


Krisalis 


Stylish football-based platform game 


Theme Park 


EA j 


Make more money than EuroDisney with Bullfrog 


Zool 2 CD 32 


Gremlin 


Help Zool, Zooz and Zoon defeat the evil Krool 


MAY 






Battletoads 


Mlndscape 


Oft delayed froggy beat-envup hangs In there 


Captain Dynamo CD 32 


Codemasters 


The world's oldest superhero arrives on CD 


Champ Mgr- End of Season Domark 


Footle management slm gets update 


Dennis and Gnasher 


Alternative 


Adventures with Beano's mischievous heroes 


Dizzy CD Collection 


Codemasters 


All your favourite egg games on one CD! 


Ore am web 


Empire 


More cyberpunk romping around 


Empire Soccer 


Empire 


Timely arcade footie game from Graft go id 


Flight of the Amazon Queen Renegade 


Graphic adventuring antipodean-style 


Frontier: Bite 2 CD 32 


Gametek 


Braben's Format Gold-winning Elite sequel 


Humans 1 & 2 CD 32 


Gametek 


Prehistoric platform puzzler 


Impossible Mission 2025 


Mlcroprose 


Revamped version of old Amiga classic 


James Pond3 


Millennium 


The ultimate fish In his ultimate adventure? 


On the Ball 


Daze 


Football management game from German 


Pinkie 


Millennium 


The world's most athletic marshmallow 


Putty Squad AGA, CD 32 


System 3 


Malleable stars make surprise comeback. 


Super Stardust CD 32 


Daze 


Enhanced version of Blood house stormer 


Turbo Trax 


Daze 


Top-down racer In Micro Machines mould 


Uridlum 2 CD 32 


Renegade 


Andy Bray brook's stunning shoot-em-up 


JUNE 






Banshee 


Core Design 


Brazilian top-down airborne shoot-em-up 


Brutal Soccer 


Millennium 1 


More blood and guts than a Mllrwall away match 


D-Day 


Impressions 


Topical strategy wargame from the specialists 


Darkstone 


Core Design 


Defeat the forces of evil In this Isometric RPG 


Diggers CD 32 


Millennium 


Toby Simpson's puzzler leaves CD 32 bundle 


England World Cup 94 


Grandslam 


More cash-in quick arcade footle action 


Evasive Action 


Mlndscape 


TFX-styte arcade flight slm 


Flying Circus (title TBC) 


Empire 


Thrills and spills in WW1 flight slm 


Formula One (title TBC) 


Krisalis 


Rotherham's answer to Nigel Mansell 


Legacy of Sorasll CD 32 


Gremlin 


Isometric medieval RPG now on shiny disk 


Overlord/ D-Day 


Virgin 


Rowansoft recreate the great invasion 



As the world and his dog 
gears up for the World Cup 
footie spectacular in (he 
States this summer, Anco, Sensible 
Software, Sierra and US Gold unveil 
their contenders for the Amiga's own 
fantasy football league. 

First out of the tunnel is Kick Off 
3 which has abandoned the famous 
top-down view of the Dino Dini origi- 
nals [Kick OffAF] , FG91% and Kick 
Off 2 AF1 3, FG94%) and opted for 
a side-on view of the action. 

Features of this radically-altered 
new version include a full World 
Cup option with 32 international 
teams and a key player concept, 
where up to nine players in a team 
are allocated special skills which 
affect the way they play on pitch. 

Striker it lucky 

For example, a Playmaker has excel- 
lent vision and splits the defence with 
long passes, while the Target Man 
has heading skills and can be found 
easily by the wingers. The game has 
Arcade and Simulation modes, 
which enable you to play a fun-filled 
match with pre-selected teams and 
no injuries or a more realistic game 
with offside rules, fouls and a cus- 
tomisable squad. 

• Kick Off 3 goes on sale in June, 
price to be announced. More details 
from Anco on 0322 2925 1 8. 




It' » all over, rt to now! Sierra's World Cup '94 
could give all the other footle contenders a run 
for their money this summer. 




Kick Oft 2 fans could be shocked and dismayed 
to discover that Anco have changed the familiar 
top down perspective wtth Hick Off 3. 

World Cup USA '94 is an offi- 
cially-licensed product from games 
giants US Gold. This time the game 
is viewed from a more conventional 
top-down perspective and features a 
whole host of customisable options 
including a Glue facility which 
enables you to decide how much the 
ball to stick to your players' feet. 

Although the game borrows 
heavily from Sensible Soccer and the 
Kick Off series there are plenty of 



UNDER AN AMBERMOON 



It's been a long time coming, but Thalioo's 
long awaited sequel to Amberstar(AF42. 81\) 
is finally here. 

Set 60 years after the original role-playing 
adventure, Ambermoon finds the moon of 
Lyramlon being pulled out of its orbit, sending 
it smashing Into the home planet, and splitting 
It Into 13 different islands for you to explore. 

The game is three times bigger than the 
original Amberstar and features a 360 degree 
3D dungeon system, improved fight sequences 
with real-time zooming and nine disks of solid 
gameplaying action. Ambemwon is out now, 
price £34.99. Contact Thallon on 021-449 
4464 for more details. 




Thallon offer more exerting hack 'n' slash 
role-playing action wtth Ambermoon. 




Fancy a game of Battle 
Chess? Ill just check, 
mate. It's puns like 
that, that make AF 
great. Battle Chess Is 
out now. 



KNIGHT TAKES QUEEN 7 

Oxfordshire-based publishers Interplay are following up the release of Castles 2 {AF56, 
76%) on CD^2 with a 32-bit version of old classic Battle Chess. Previously available for 
CDTV machines, Battle Chess enables you to do a Nigel Short and construct all kinds of 
complicated manoeuvres to fox your human or Amiga-controlled opponent, then watch the 
mini animated battles which take place between the rival pieces. 

With 10 difficulty levels, 2D and 3D boards, and an on-line help facility Battle Chess 
could help introduce the world's ultimate strategy game to a whole new audience. The 
game is available now, price £29.99. More details from Interplay on 0865 390029. 








Play any team in any league anywhere In the 
world, that's the startling promise on otter In 
the eagerly-awaited Sensible World of Soccer. 




US Gold coughed up the licence tee and are now 
the proud publishers of the official World Cup 
footle game. er. World Cup USA '94. 

novel features and the World Cup 
licence should ensure its success. 
• World Cup USA '94 goes on sale 
in May or June, price to be 
announced. Details from US Gold on 
021-625 3366. 

Not to be outdone, Sierra On- 
Line are consolidating their recent 
return to the Amiga world with Sierra 
World Cup Soccer '94. Developed 
by Storglider 2 programmer Steve 
Dunn, the game features some of the 



most imaginative and realistic anima- 
tions ever seen in a footie game, 
including stretcher teams carting off 
injured players, the referee dishing 
out cards, and players protecting 
their privates in the wall. 

The gameplay is pretty stunning 
too and the action replay feature 
enables you to analyse those crucial 
goalmouth disputes in slow motion. 

• Sierra World Cup '94 goes on 
sale in April, price to be announced. 
Contact Sierra on 0734 303322. 

Winger takes all 

The most eagerly-awaited game of 
all, though, has to be Sensible 
World of Soccer, the follow-up to 
Sensible Soccer (AF36, FG91%). 

The new game retains the origi- 
nal and highly-playable perspective 
but features 1,500 teams enabling 
you to play virtually any side in any 
league in any country. Phew! 

Most startling is the inclusion of 
a One Player Career Game which 
puts you in the shoes of either a man- 
ager or player/manager. The first 
gives you all the usual management 
sim options, but the second lets you 
play every fixture over a 20-year 
period, that's 1,000 matches in total. 

• Sensible World of Soccer is 
released in August, price £25.99. 
Phone Renegade on 071-481 9214 
for further details. 



PLATFORM PIRATES 

Krlsalis are jumping ship and heading 
back to 1641 for their latest platform 
game Traps and Treasures. 

Captain Jeremy Rynn is on the trail 
of the evil pirate Redbeard who's pinched 
his ship, abducted his crew and stolen all 
his gold. You have to help Jeremy get all 
his goodies back by leaping your way 
around a desert Island, avoiding the traps 
and collecting all the treasure. Call 
Krisalis on 0709 372290. 




Shiver me timbers) A pirate hero Is ready for 
action In the platformer Traps and Treasures. 



WE ARE DETECTIVES 

A detective adventure set In London In 
1939, It the latest CO 32 release from 
Oomark. Herewith the dues is based on 
Dennis Wheatley s novel and CRL't 1990 
hit ( AF10. 80%) of the seme name. The 
game makes the most of the CD 32 for- 
mat with digitised graphics, animated 

sequences and a CD-qualrty soundtrack. 

Herewtth the Clues Is out now, price 

£29.99. Call Oomark on 081-780 2222 **** connms**on P . f. 



SHANDAR STRIKES AGAIN 



tf you're a fan of Silmarils' role-playir 
games, then you'll be pleased to ht 
that the next Installment In the ,' L 
saga will be available from April. 

Evil wizard Shandar has miracu- 
lously survived your attempts to kill 
in tshar 2 (AF50, 79%) and now i 
new physical body to Inhabit. 
Unfortunately for you and the people 
Kendoria, he's busily eyeing up 
Wohratax, an enormous. Immortal 
winged beast and last of the Black 



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Dungeons, dragons, monsters and mayhem are 




The little boy with a big job to do, lary curmudgeon Mutt 
explores a cartoony labyrinth In search of the Mystic Pizza 
of Plenty In Gremlin's platformer Lltil Dim 



for more details. 



Peace Commissioner Fosberry sets off (n 
search of a terrorist eel In Herewtth the Clues 



Dragons. Your task ht to kill the dragon *° ur * t0 discover and defeat In llmr 3- 

berore Shandar takes over Its physical form and assumes total power over Kendoria. 
The major differences between Ishar 3 and Its predecessors rs the use of animated film 
sequences and the ability to choose any one of 100 characters to make up your team. 
Owners of Ishar and Ishar 2 can also reload their existing teams. You can also indulge 
In a spot of time travel and, er, use of animal companions. 

Ishar 3: The Seven Gates of Infinity will be available at the end of April, price 
£29.99. You can phone Daze Marketing on 071-328 2762 for further details. 



GREMLIN'S 

DEVILISH 

JOURNEY 

Can you imagine a life of 
Sundays? All ihe shops are 
shut, the pubs close early and 
there's nothing to watch on TV 
except Doris Day movies and 
fly fishing programmes. 
Forever. Well life in the 
Underworld's a bit like that. Its 
inhabitants slob, sleeping, 
dozing, and doing nothing, 
except on one day a year when a Grand Council Meeting is called and some- 
one is chosen lo bring back the Mystic Pizza of Plenty. 

Util Divil is Gremlin's latest cartoon adventure and stars one of the grumpi- 
est heroes ever to grace the Amiga. Mutt is the laziest member of the 
Underworld race and this year it's his turn to try and find the Pizza. There ore 
five levels and 50 different puzzle rooms for the slovenly Mutt to explore, 
each one packed with stunning animations and gorgeous backdrops. 

The game is released on CD 32 only in July, price £34.99. More details 
from Gremlin on 0742 753423. 



IMPRESSIONS BUILT MY 



Strategy specialists 
Impressions are filling the 
gap left by the BMW 
takeover of Rover with 
Detroit, an automobile slm 
which enables you to create 
your own car empire. 

You get to design and 
build your own range of 
cars, build factories and 
assembly lines, employ 
workers and market your 0&H ^ die young ^ caose comftt9tt> ^ ^ chaos ^ 

products across the globe. Britain's roads with Impressions' latest strategy slm Detroit. 
It all sounds great fun, 

especially when you're faced with competition from three other human or Amiga-con- 
trolled opponents and the constant threat of strikes, war or industrial espionage. 

Detroit is due to be released in May, price £34.99. For further details Impressions 
can be contacted on 071-351 2133- 




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Government and media pressure and intro- 
duced a system of self -regulation, but what 
does it mean for the average games player? 
Rob Mead investigates. 



(^j omputer gomes ore evil. 
™ They are the primary 
cause of car crime, under- 
J age sex, rape, murder 
and pub violence, while the children 
and adults who play such games are 
depraved, insatiably sadistic mon- 
sters.Unbelievable? Well, that's the 
story according to tabloid editors 
and producers of TV programmes 
such as World in Action who have 
launched something of a moral cru- 
sade against the games industry 
over recent months. 

Now the industry umbrella 
organisation the European Software 
Publishers' Association (ELSPA) has 
struck back with a system of self-reg- 
ulation, a classification system which 
is being introduced to steal the 
tabloids' thunder and allay the fears 
of parents and politicians . 

Scare stories 

The medio first turned its attention on 
the games industry in January of last 
year. Both the Daily Mail and The 
Sun printed a story (Nintendo killed 
my son) about the tragic death of 
Jasminder Bassi who suffered an 
epileptic fit while playing video 
games on his TV. 

Although it is more likely that 
Jasminder's condition was triggered 
by the flickering of the TV screen and 
was not the result of playing games, 
it was enough to unleash a spate of 
scare stories about video games. 



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The tabloid press had a field day with 

stories blaming virtually all of society's 

woes on computer games. 

Top: the discarded Monitor Man logo. 



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Help parents make I nhum e d chotcee 
about their children's game playing, 
issue an age surtabatty rating for each 
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Follow the VMM 
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Chech what children an playing a* you 

would oversea what they watch TV. 

Check the suitability of the age range of 

the games they are playing. 

Watch out lor pirated or 




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players to: 

Play to a welMlt room. 

Not play games for hours on end. 

Play the fun distance possible from the 

Stop playmg Im mUaU l j » yoa feel unwell 

and cenauN a doctor. 

Use a ■ pe c l a fl M monitor rather than a TV, 

Not play at eN M you are prone to photo- 
sensitive fit*. 



Copies of ELSPA s 
Parents' Guide to 
Computer and Video 
Games and Gameplayer's 

arter should be avail- 
able from your local 
games stockist. 



Shortly offer the death of 
Jasminder, a World in Action docu- 
mentary claimed that playing 
computer games made children vio- 
lent and anti-social. This was 
followed by a Daily Star story (Video 
games are blamed for creating vio- 
lent kids), which linked the abduction 
and murder of two-year-old James 
Bulger with games playing. 

It is easy to dismiss such stories 
os sensationalist scaremongering, 
but the games industry was suffi- 
ciently rattled by the threat of 
Government legislation to launch its 
own system of self-regulation. 

Monitor Man 

The scheme, which was to have 
been phased in between this month 
and May, featured a Monitor Man 
logo ond a rating. But the logo has 
now been scrapped and several con- 
sole games manufacturers hove 
voiced some disquiet about the rat- 
ings system. 

However, ELSPA are determined 
to go ahead wfth the system which 
was devised in conjunction with the 
Video Standards Council, and which 
classifies 95 per cent of gomes 
according to four age ranges: 0-10, 
11-14, 15-17 and 18+ The remain- 
ing five per cent will be games 




Footle platformer Soccer Kid gets a 
Suitable For All rating thanks to Its cute 
gameplay and colourful graphics. 




Jon Hare, Sensible Software 



*"^^ I sincerely hope H means we can do what the 
^) I f * " we want. Hopefully it means we can put 
I proper things in games. There are a lot of adults 
playing games now and wanting entertainment so you're 
going to be able to put adult stuff in there. I think fT™ 
it's a brilliant idea. As long as it works properly, it I ^^ 
gives us true freedom within the 18 bracket I— ^ 



Keith Smith, Millennium 

■^^1 The sell-regulation scheme, In theory, will work. 

££ I What remains to be seen is whether the industry 
I Is prepared to abide by rt and adhere to the letter 
and not the spirit of the system... Some software compa- 
nies may include scenes which aren't directly j ^^J 
relevant to the game in order to get a more mar- 1 99 
ketable certificate (an 18+ rating). I 



Charles Cecil, Revolution Software 

I I really applaud what ELSPA have done. I think it 
QQ I shows that the industry is very genuine about 
^^J wanting to put itself forward and present a 
responsible face. I hope that all the publishers choose to 
stick by it. There will be situations where profits 
will be affected by this, but I hope they put their 
principles before their profits. 



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which contain a higher violent or 
sexual content. These will be subject 
to classification by the BBFC (British 
Board of Film Censors). 

Central to the new system is the 
Video Standard Council's Code of 
Practice which effectively prevents 
certain kinds of act being portrayed 
in computer games. These are: 
Sexual intercourse 
Random and gratuitous violence 
Excessive tasteless nudity 
Aggression towards vulnerable 
women and children 
Excessive blood and gore 
Racial hatred 
Alcohol and drug abuse 
Encouragement of tobacco use 
Encouragement of criminal acts 
Use of sexual expletives 

Every game released by ELSPA's 
62 members will be judged against 
the above criteria and classified. 
Games such as Zool and Sensible 
Soccer will be deemed Suitable For 
All, Jurassic Park will gel an 11-14 
rating and Mortal Kombat a 1 5-17 
classification. 

Astoundingly, the classifications 
will not be awarded by the BBFC, 
Video Standards Council or even 
ELSPA, instead individual software 
houses will decide for themselves 





From right: John Pascoe (Operations Manager of the Video Standards Council). 

Peter Luff (Tory MP for Worcester), Mark Strachan (Chairman of ELSPA), 

Bev Ripley (Executive Chairman of the Rhino Group PLC retail chain) and 

Sixte Denuelle (MD of Infograms UK) at the ELSPA press conference. 



- It's easy to dismiss the scare stories, 
but the games industry was rattled. * 



what classification a particular game 
deserves. Obviously such a system 
appears open to abuse, but accord- 
ing to ELSPA secretary Roger 
Bennett, this is unlikely. He says: 

"If publishers want to incorpo- 
rate elements in a game which may 
push it over a certain age group in 
terms of the voluntary scheme, that's 
entirely up lo ihem. But you have to 
bear in mind that the attention of the 
media is on the trade as a whole 



and, at the sharp end, it's the retailer 
who is getting most of the flak." 

The reason for publishers classi- 
fying their own games is ostensibly a 
practical one. To submit each and 
every game to the BBFC for classifi- 
cation would hold up games for 
months as John Pascoe, Operations 
Manager at the Video Standards 
Council explains: 

"Computer and video games ore 
enormously complex and getting 





Jurassic Park gets an 11-14 rating 
because of a T-Rex chase sequence 
where you get eaten alive. 



Sensible Software's warmongering 
gorefest Cannon Fodder gets a 15-17 
rating thanks to its grisly death scenes. 



On-Line Entertainment's Cover Girt Strip 
Poker has a BBFC 18 Certificate, but the 
company is not a member of the scheme. 



more so... II would nol be practical 
for the BBFC to play through every 
level of every game published in 
order to classify them." 

Computer game retailers such as 
Virgin, Future Zone and HMV have 
also thrown their weight behind the 
scheme, so it's unlikely that kids will 
be able to buy 1 8 Certificate games 
from legitimate retailers, although 
there will always be those who try 
and those who succeed. 

Sex scenes 

In any case, most games will be suit- 
able for all, so it's unlikely that your 
enjoyment will be affected to any 
great extent. The only danger is that 
some programmers and publishers 
will include gratuitous violence and 
sex scenes so a game will receive an 
1 8+ certificate, making it unobtain- 
able, and therefore more sought 
after, by younger gamesplayers. 

Because ELSPA's scheme is 
European-wide, you won't be able to 
hop over the Channel and buy 
games software elsewhere if you 
can't get it in this country (except 
perhaps in free-thinking Italy). 

Eventually all countries, including 
the US and Japan, will adopt a regu- 
latory scheme for computer and 
video games. 

The problem is that ELSPA has 
no real power to prevent retailers or 
publishers from subverting the 
scheme, they can only express con- 
cern and exclude software houses 
from membership of ELSPA. 

However, if the industry's 
attempts at self-regulation fail, 
Government legislation, and all the 
bureaucracy, bungling and meddling 
it entails, will become a sad reality. 
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ONE... we've been 
waiting for. The 
immortal words of the Stone 
Roses. And I'm sure that when 
they wrote those words, they 
were thinking (using some 
bizarre clairvoyant powers 
brought on by prolonged 
living in Madchester and 
taking mind-expanding drugs) 
about Psygnosis' first CD 32 
game, Microcosm. 

We have had our fair 
share of CD 32 games, there 
are now more than 50 of 
them on shiny silver disc, and 
the number increases with 
every passing week. But, let's 
face it, most of them are 
simply Al 200 games with CD 
quality music. 



In some particularly poor 
cases, they are even A600 
games on CD, with no 
enhancement to the 
soundtracks. So far, there 
have only been two real CD 
games issued for CD 32 . And 
Microcosm is the second. But it 
is The One. 

I am going to go on a bit 
here, so for those who are 
getting restless: Microcosm is 
an average (OK a bit better 
than average) into-the-screen 
shoot-envup. It takes place on 
a planet called Bodor in the 
Bator system. The storyline, 
and on CD these are far more 
important than they ever were 
on floppy, involves two 
warring corporations, 
CyberTech Inc and Axiom. 
Microcosm is a cyberpunk 



game which involves the 
hugely powerful, faceless 
corporations, and is set in a 
technologically-advanced, 
dark and moody future. 

One of the corporations 
gets its boot boys to inject the 
president of the other 
corporation. But this injection 
contains something more 
sinister than a few milligrams 
of arsenic oxide. This injection 
has a whole host of micro 
miniaturised killing machines, 
bent on reaching the right 
hemisphere of the big cheese's 
brain and taking control of his 
conscious thought processes. 

By buying this game, you 
have volunteered to be 



miniaturised, and injected into 
the cardio-vascular system of 
Cybertech's president Korsby, 



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where you will fight to the 
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retain the sanity of your Chief 
Executive Officer. 

Once the flash intro is 
over. We're talking serious 
flash, this is multi-storey 
rhodium-plated flash that has 
been buffed with Duraglit, you 
are left with a straightforward 
into-the-screen shoot-em-up. 
Sure, there are several 
different styles, depending on 
what area of the body you 
are in. There are several 
different types of craft for you 
to use in order to wage your 
war against the corporate 
micro-invaders. But when all 
is said and done it's just a 
game of Space Harrier. 

You have to travel through 
the brains, bones and lobes of 



orsby . You may take any 
section at a time, but you are 
barred from the right 
hemisphere until the other 
levels have been completed. 

So why, if it's a merely 
slightly better than average 
game, has Microcosm scored 
the truly huge mark that you 
can see at bottom right? 

Because it has the vision, 
the ambition and the polish to 
show us the way CD 32 games 
are going to go. Because it 
has taken a huge step beyond 
anything that we have ever 
seen before. Because, while it 
hasn't delivered the levels of 
playability that Psygnosis 
have shown themselves 
capable of with games such 
as Lemmings, Second Samurai 
and Hired Guns, it promises 





In the sclerotid vein, or 

imewhere similar. Most of 

the big green things you 

find In Microcosm are not 

friendly. Shoot them. This 

one is friendly, but shoot it 

anyway. It gives extra 

energy, shield or other such 

fab pick-up style bonuses. 



that when they do combine 
those talents with this 
technology, computer games 
will be changed forever. 

Don't buy this and expect 
to be completely addicted to 
the gameplay forever. It is 
decent, it is difficult and it is 
smooth, fast and huge. Buy 
this and expect to have your 
socks blown off. 

Expect to go wow! every 
time you load it up for the first 
month. Buy this to make 
anyone who ever said the 
Amiga wasn't as good as 
their consoles eat their words. 
Buy it to listen to the excellent 
soundtrack. Buy this... and 
watch out for the next wave 
of CD 32 games. I've seen the 
future and it's awesome! 

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As the CD32 releases 
flood in and the discs 
pile ever higher on 
Steve Bradley's desk, 
he gets stuck in and 
tells you what's worth 
buying and what's not 
from this month's 
offerings... 

SUMMER OLYMPIX CD32 

Flair Software 0661 860260 ■ £19.99 ■ Out now 






David Wllkle never had to waggle this 
much. Still, there's no chlorine and the 
swimming caps are lovely. 



White water canoeing sounds like a lot 
of fun. However, kayaking around a boat- 
ing lake does not. 



Step forward Summer Olympix - interesting spelling eh? It's a collection of 
sporting events for up to four players including such greats as kayak racing 
(like canoeing), archery, swimming and long jump. 

But the problem is, many of the (four out of eight) disciplines involve a 
great deal of joypad waggling which tends to turn your fingers blue. And this 
starts to annoy you after a short while. 

The cartoon-style graphics suit this style of 
game and yes, it is aimed at the bairns (I sincerely 
hope it is otherwise Flair have got some serious 
reconsidering to do), but it still doesn't make it any 
good. If you're over 1 1 years old, avoid it. 



NICK FALDO'S 
CHAMPIONSHIP 
GOLF CD32 

Grandslam 081-680 7044 
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The countryside is beautiful, so 
even if you're rubbish, at least 
you can have a nice walk. 



Nick Faldo's Championship Golf is the first golf sim- 
ulation to appear for the CD 32 . Two courses 
together with three seasonal conditions give you 
six different playing options, but I'd ilked to have 
seen a couple more courses, though, particularly 
when you consider the hefty price. 

Up to four can play, or you can take on a com- 
puter player (Nick Faldo's a bit tasty). The well 
received floppy version first appeared over a year 
ago and It's been spruced up for the CD 32 . 
Graphically, it's much improved, as Is the control 
method which Is now both easier to get the hang of 
and more effective. It's certainly one of the prettiest 
golf games on any format but just a tad dear at £35. 




CHUCK ROCK CD32 

Corkers 0332 297797 ■ £14.99 ■ Out now 




Beer-fan Chuck has a wonderful belly and it comes In handy when you want to 

produce some Big Daddy-type 

manoeuvres. 



It's a cruel world. Long-time rival Gary 

Gritter has borrowed' Chuck's chick 

(cheeky chap) Ophelia (I won't even say 

It) and now the quest Is on to release 

her from his evil clutches. Charles has a 

huge beer belly, a decent kick and he 

can lift rocks at will - essential Stone Age skills. 

It's a simple affair - jump the platforms, solve the 
odd puzzle; and the soundtrack will drive everyone 
within earshot mad. Prehistoric platform mayhem and 
decent, if dated fun. 







BUBBA 'N' STIX CD32 

Core Design 0332 297797 ■ £29.99 ■ Out now 




Spacehoppers are back in vogue. However, it seems the police don't share the same 
enthusiasm after they confiscated Leeds fans' very own at an Arsenal match. Boo. 

A stick as a sidekick, now there's a novel idea. Bubbo's a delivery man and 
after being kidnapped in a spaceship full of creatures bound for a zoo, he 
teams up with Stix - he's the stick sidekick if you hadn't caught on - in an 
attempt to escape incarceration. 

An odd tale admittedly, but it makes for one heck of game. Five levels of 
platforming combined with some fiendish puzzles 
to solve will have you tearing your hair with frus- 
tration. But Bubba V Stix is quirky, the cartoony 
graphics look great and there are some superb 
thwacking noises to boot. 




TRIVIAL PURSUIT CD32 

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The set up Is exactly the same as the Trivial Pursuit board game - only It's a lot 
more fun to listen to the Idle banter of the characters, rather than drunken mates. 

Everyone has played this game in one form or another - it's the most popu- 
lar board game in the galaxy and because it relies on folk interacting, you 
wouldn't expect it to be much good on screen would you? Wrong. 

This version has an animated bird called Russell as its host, and heck, 
the whole game is not only entertaining, it's 
very funny. There are pictures, animations and 
sound effects and with about 2,000 questions, 
you'd have to be as brainy as my Auntie Kath 
to finish that lot in a week. Recommended. 



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Unfortunately, this disc doesn't tell you who has consumed the most pints of 
Guinness In one sitting. Probably a bloke called Aldan Killeen - sounds Irish. 

Eeh, it's just like having Roy Castle in your front room. And that lass from 
Bucks Fizz. No Roy, we don't want to hear you playing your trumpet. This 
is an interactive collection of over 6,000 fascinating facts including pic- 
tures, graphics and sound. Unfortunately, being an American product, it 
leans towards all things doodle dandy which is 
annoying at times. Aimed at the younger user, 
it's best used to browse through rather than as 
reference material. But as it says on the box, 
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Believe It or not, there was an enemy 
radar tower there a minute ago. 

You're the lost fighter pilot left 
to defend the planet against 
an unknown enemy. Sounds 
familiar? Well it is, but for 10 quid 
you're not going to get the complete 
works of Shakespeare, and they 
wouldn't be half as entertaining. 

You have four lives to complete 
10 missions to seek and destroy 
enemy targets. At the start of each 
mission, co-ordinates reveal the loca- 



tion of the targets, and then the fun 
starts. Controlling your aircraft is as 
tricky as trying to fry an eel while it's 
alive. But once mastered, you can 
become as acrobatic as Tony Curtis 
and Charlton Heston in Trapeze. 

Hyperion has simple 3D polygon 
graphics, but the gameplay makes 
up for that, because it is difficult to 
handle, especially when you get to 
the later missions. A good game at a 
realistic price, it wouldn't cause 
embarrassment in an enthusiastic 
game player's collection. 




Oh dear, I've fallen over again. This thing 
Is hard to control after several pints. 




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time to go for a curry, me thinks. 

ow here's an interesting lit- 
tle teaser. One hundred 
quite literally block-bustingly 
mazemungous levels, ranging from 
dead-easy to downright difficult. You 
control a string of rotating balls 
which you navigate by clicking either 
the left or right mouse button to 
anchor one or reverse the direction 
of the balls, respectively. 

In each level the exit is 
obstructed by blocks which crumble 
as your balls hit them revealing dif- 
ferent things according to their 
attributes. Some hold bonuses, extra 
lives and other goodies, while others 
contain nasty spiky things that break 
your balls. (No, sniggering in the 
back there, Jenkins!) 

It's a good game for the price 



(£10). Mega Motion won't go down 
in the history books as one of the 
greatest games ever made, but it will 
occupy you while you're waiting for 
Ren and Stimpy to come on. 

However, this game is a good 
one for kids because it encourages 
skills in simple problem-solving tech- 
niques essential to any young 
budding entrepreneur. 




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laying pool is not just for down the 
pub - not when you've got the 
chance to sit at your Amiga and 
play Team 17's fast and feature-packed 
addictive game which goes by the name of 
Arcade Pool. 

But in the same way as you play pool 
down the pub, the name of the game is to 
whack balls of a particular colour into one of 
six pockets, and then pot the black to clean 
up the match. 

Now, we know most of you will have 
had a go at it already (on your Amigas as 
well as down the pub) because Amiga 
Format had an exclusive demo of the game 
on last month's Coverdisk. We can't wait to 
see the full version and are looking forward 
to reviewing it in next month's issue. 

WIN! WIN! WIN! 

But what we're giving you the chance to do 
here is to bring the pub atmosphere as well 
as the real game - in the form of a full-sized 
pool table - into your own living room. 

Anyone who's wondering how we're 
going to get a full-sized pool table through 



the post - worry not. Being the kind of peo- 
ple to offer a full and complete service to our 
readers, managing editor Marcus Dyson, 
along with Team 17's director, Martyn 
Brown, are going to pack it in a van, drive 
up to your house, carry it into your living 
room, show you how to play a few games, 
and then leave you to argue with the rest of 
the family about why the sofa is in the hall 
and the coffee table is in the kitchen! 

What you have to do 

It's never been more simple - just answer the 
following three questions, put your answers 
and your name and address on the back of 
a postcard or sealed envelope, and send it 
to: Pot the shot comp, Amiga Format, Future 
Publishing, 30 Monmouth Street, Bath, Avon 
BA1 2BW by Friday 29th April. 

1) UK 8-ball pool features red and 
yellow balls, what does US 8-ball 
pool feature? 

a) Stars and stripes 

b) Spots and stripes 

b) Squares and stripes 



2) What ball do you NOT want to pot 
at any time in the game of pool? 

a) The red ball 

b) The black ball 

c) The white ball 

3) How many balls are on a pool 
table at the start of a game 8-ball? 

a) Fourteen 

b) Fifteen 

c) Sixteen 

Thanks to Jamie & Lisa Fry for the use of The 
Assembly Inn, Alfred Street, Bath. Avon. Tel: 0225 
333639. 



THE COMPETITION RULES 

1) No employee of Future Publishing or Team 17 may 
enter. 

2) All entries must reach AF by Friday 29 April 1994. 

3) The winner will be picked by Amiga Format and their 
decision is Anal. 

4) No cash or alternative prizes can be ottered. 

5) You must have a room In your house, or at your local 
Youth Club or whoever you may care to give the pool 
to, which is bigger enough. 

6) Send only one entry person. 



FOOTBALL 



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NEW enhanced version sets even higher 
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Firmly established as the definitive interactive football strategy game. 
FOOTBALL TACTICIAN 2 is now available in three superb versions 
FT2 ENGLAND the original and the first ever management game where 
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soccer scene north of the border featuring the Premier and First divisions. 
FT2 ITALIA with the fabulous serie A and serie B for the thrills, the passion 
and the glory of the world's most exciting league! 

Three great games with the latest 93/94 stats. One soon realises that 
FT2 is no ordinary soccer manager. THIS is the REAL THING. You're in 
charge. Events on the field are the direct result of your inputs. Even when 
trailing badly, a match can still be retrieved and won if you make shrewd 
tactical interventions. There are risks involved, uncertainty and even luck. But 
in the end, it's all down to you! Can you rise to the challenge? 
Try FOOTBALL TACTICIAN 2 for a totally different football experience! 

What makes Football Tactician 2 so special? 

• Biggest ever multi-user system up to 46 users (yes lorty-six! who sakj four was the 
lirmt?) Now with new rating system reflecting managers abAty and achievements 

• First ever fully interactive management game: intervene at any time during a match to 
change tactics, make substitutions, adiust formation, marfc players or inspect possession 

• Most accurate player definition: 30 parameters including real ages, aptitudes, skills, caps, 
nationalities, playing positions, fitness, morale, market valuation and performance. 

• Largest results database: 21290 match results and league positions going back 20 
seasons all instantly retrievable All of which may be printed out and examined 

• Professional recording: 36 matches always recorded for full-scale replay at ANY time 1 

• First ever referee involvement: true to life behaviour Beware of adopting rough tactics" or 
time-wasting' when Jim Parker is in charge! The message is clear know your refs 

• Fastest ever setting-up time: initial start-up m less than two seconds, thanks to 900K of 
super-fast machine code. No waiting No delays. Smoothness of action is FT2 s haHmark. 

• Most acci/ate editor, burft-in intuitive editor capable of entenng new players and fine 
tuning aH parameters It goes without saying that this is essential for the senous user 

• 16 different tactics from rough play to offside-trap, all adjustable throughout the match 
You manage your side before AND dunng the match No guessing No falling asleep 

• Three levels of match reporting, from highlights only to ball-by-ball commentary 

What are the new features? 

• FA Premiership and Division One permanently in memory with full interaction, promotions, 
transfers, European pool, play-offs, local and European Cups 

• Man of the Match PFA Player of the Year PFA Young Player of the Year Footballer of the 
Year Manager of the Year. Transfer deadline Pitch invasions Fights between players 

• Easy selection of penalty takers, free-kick takers, long throwers, wingers, captains, ball 
winners, piaymakers. overlapping ful backs, reserves, substitutes, player managers.. 

• Unique database-type search facility to locate any player in the league 

• Full-scale printing facilities With 46 simultaneous users highly suitable for Play-by-Mad 

• intelligent behaviour of computer sides capable of changing tactics to respond to 
situation on the field or making substitutions based on fitness and fatigue. 

Plus mid-week transfer and fitness news from all 46 clubs 

• Thirteen different charts top scorers, super-subs, penalty kings, hat-trick heroes most 
bookings, most consistent player, most caps. etc. etc.. 

• Friendlies, precise transfer markets, club history, financial position and much much more! 

Why is FT2 not in the shops? 

The very essence of a football strategy game is its accuracy. With transfers happening 
every day. rules being changed and players being injured, shop games are out-of-date the 
moment they come out Some publishers issue yearly revisions That may be fine but not 
fine enough for us The FT2 you buy is 1001 up-to-date. We revise the program and data 
weekly There are no compromises Who wants to play a game that says that Florentine 
are m sene A rtfh or Newcastle in Division One? Who wants to play a game that 
features o&u Roy Keane at Forest or Ruud Gulit sti at Milan? No known 

y. football game is more up-to-date than FT2 and that's a fact' 




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All this is possible without touching the keyboard • DEMOMANIAC is fully mouse 

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Some time early in April there will be a 

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We're packing at least 20 demOS 

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Planning the right tac- 
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over nine scenarios In the land of Kolchor. 



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His friends have been defeated or killed in battle, so Grimbeard the Dwarf Is left to 
face this awesome confrontation with only a stone golem and his skeleton cronies. 



As light and goodness fade you realise 
the price of failure has proved too high. 








here was a lime back in the 
mid-1980s when you could 
go round your mates' house 
to invite them down the 
pub, only to find them dressed up in 
Viking gear and throwing oddly- 
shaped lumps of plastic at each 
other. Worse, when you finally got 
them out for a pint, they spent the 
evening calling each other Derek the 
Destroyer and Elvis the Elven 
Eliminator. Weird times indeed. 

The cause of this strange phe- 
nomenon was Dungeons 'n' 
Dragons, a series of role-playing 
board game adventures which 
spawned countless imitators on the 
Amiga, including Hero Quest, 
Legacy of Sorasifs predecessor. 

This time you lead as many as 
four adventurers around nine scenar- 
ios which together form one 
campaign, the aim of which is to 
free the land of Rhio from the forces 
of evil. This you do by collecting two 



magic lalismen, a healing amulet 
and an oracle stone. 

Like Hero Quest, Sorasil simpli- 
fies the whole character generation 
process by giving each a set of 
attributes which you can customise to 
a limited extent on the Character 
Modification Screen. Of the eight 
characters you can choose from to 
make up your band of four, each 



by the amount of moves and hit 
points they can take. The gome also 
features a useful automapping func- 
tion which shows the layout of a 
particular area and any hazards 
which lie in wait. 

To be honest, your initial reac- 
tion to Legacy of Sorasil is likely to 
be distinctly muted. The graphics 
and sound effects hardly make the 



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each other Derek the Destroyer or Elvis 
the Elven Eliminator? Weird times. " 



also has his or her own trade: 
ranger, warrior, and magician, for 
example, so you can get a good bal- 
ance of abilities in your team. 

The action is viewed in isometric 
perspective as you explore each sec- 
tion of landscape. Characters can 
use their skills to detect traps and 
doors, cast spells and fight oppo- 
nents in each area, but are limited 




most of the Amiga's considerable 
capabilities and you feel as if you're 
playing something which was pro- 
grammed four to five years ago. But, 
this game is remarkably easy to get 
into and there are always plenty of 
surprises and fight sequences lying 
just around the corner. 

Thankfully, Legacy also improves 
on Hero Quest's occasionally cum- 
bersome control system and, thanks 
to some imaginative programming, 
its characters never get stuck, or hid- 
den by objects or walls. 

It all adds up to a tremendously 
absorbing and surprisingly playable 
adventure which serves as a worth- 
while introduction to an often 
unfathomable genre. 

Rob Mead © 




THE LEGACY 
OF SORASIL 




Few sound effects and dodgy 
in-game musk/ so be sure to 
play this with the sound down. 

ADDICTION 



You soon overcome your initial 
misgivings because there's 
plenty to keep you enthralled. 

PLAYABILITY 



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Hero Quest but the isometric 
perspective can be limiting. 



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is a surprisingly 
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role playing game 
with plenty off fight 
sequences waiting 
for you just around 
the 



Stone me. looks as if someone's for the chop. The lead up to just one of Sorasits ani- Choose up to four characters from eight 
mated and plentiful sock-it-to-em scenes which keeps the suspense palpable. different adventurers to create your team. 





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Floptical Drive 

The Floptical drive stores 20MB of data 
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Steve Bradley is a great admirer of 
Manchester United, so imagine his 
excitement when this new footie 
game landed on his desk. 



repare for an Amiga fool- 
balling overload in the 
coming months. Why? It's 
World Cup year don't you 
know, and because our lot didn't get 
there we jolly well won'l be watch- 
ing it. So there. 

Come Summer, there are likely 
to be another five, six, maybe even 
seven new footer games released 
and the burning question is, will we 
still be playing Sensible Soccer or is 
there a pretender to the crown? To 
find out whether Manchester United 
Premier League Champions is that 
pretender, read on. It isn't. 

This is Krisalis' third in the er, tril- 
ogy of all three Manchester United 
licences. Unlike the previous two 
which used a side-on perspective, 
this one is viewed from above. 

Essentially, Manchester United 
Premier League Champions (from 
now on we'll call it MUPLQ is a mix 
of Sens/b/e-style arcade action com- 
bined with elements usually found in 
footie management sims. So you can 
either play a single game, or man- 
age and play for a team throughout 




a season 

which 

involves both 

league and 

cup runs. 

Sounds OK so far? 

Manchester 
United don't actually play 
o huge part in this. The club 
badge is on the credits along with 
Incie and The Boy Born With a Silver 
Football in His Mouth, but it's more a 
general footer game, so whether you 
love, loath, or are completely indif- 
ferent to Fergie's Red Devils it 
matters not a jot. 

East Fife four 

Mind, you have to listen to the 
crowd chanting; "Ferguson's red 
and white army". There's good news 
for fans of non-league learns 
because along with oil the English 
clubs, there are a fair few sides from 
the lower end of the pyramid. 

So you can play that Northwich 
Victoria versus Witton Albion derby 
match you always promised yourself. 
No Scottish teams though, which is a 



bit of a shame. But top marks 
to Krisalis for inputting a 
serious amount of 

team and 
P player data. But 
i no matter how 
many options 
there are, the 
important 
action fakes 
place out on rhe 
park and if it plays 



badly, you really won't care how 
many blokes called Terry ploy for 
Bromsgrove Rovers. The top down 
view is tried and tested and it works 
fine. In fact, MUPLC visually resem- 
bles Sensible Soccer quite closely. 
The first thing you notice is the speed 
- it's phenomenally fast, perhaps too 
fast. And although this can make for 
exciting action, it does make il diffi- 
cult to play a short, controlled 
passing game. Krisalis really had the 




Krisalis have really done their homework on the kits. This may not seem Important to 
you. but tt's great for sad. trainspotter-type football fans like myself. 







The ball really doos get stuck In the muck on the Muddy pitch. Still, the Bristol derby 
matches are never the most attractive of affairs. 



right idea (imitate Sensible Soccer), 
and to a certain extent they've suc- 
ceeded. Unfortunately, MUPLC isn't 
as fluid or smooth as its Sensible 
counterpart, which is not to say it's 
bad, jus! that it could be better 

All the teams have differing abili- 
ties. Man Utd are real sharpshooters 
with superquick players whereas 
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turn over. Krisalis have included 
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enables you to position and utilise 
your players wherever you wish. 
And it works quite impressively. If 
you want all 10 outfield players to 
hug the right touchline, you can do 
it. And if you fancy changing tactics 
during the game you con zip to your 
TactiGrid and have a quick reshuffle. 
Anyway, here's a few bad things 
about MUPLC. The borders around 
the screen are e tad wide - why? 
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tip to four players can compete over a full season of league and cup matches. Here 
we see Steve. Rupert, Knocker and Scott putting their tactical wits to the test. 



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bigger? Match length is a standard 
four minutes, no more, no less. 
Considering that this game has over 
3,000 players, each with individual 
statistics, surely they could have 
given us an option to play for a little 
bit longer. Distributing the ball from 
the goalkeeper accurately is tough, 
particularly if you want to just roll if 
to the full back. 

Forfar five 

So where does MUPLC stand? Firstly, 
although it isn't as good as Sensible 
Soccer, its many features make it a 
viable alternative, particularly for 
one player wishing to guide a squad 
through a season. But as a two 
player game, it falls somewhat short 
of Sensible's pride and joy and after 
playing MUPLC for a while, I felt the 
urge to boot up the old Sensi disks 
and play that instead. And I did. 

Krisalis have made an admiral, 
if flawed attempt to combine addic- 
tive, arcade action with the rigours 
of management. And with a little 
more attention to detail on the 
arcade side, MUPLC could have 
been a real beauty - it is consider- 
ably better than the first two. As it is, 
it's my second favourite football 
game and if you're looking for a 
change from Sensible Soccer, 
MUPLC is the the best alternative. 




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PUBLISHER 

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Preseason frlendlles can provide ideal 
preparation for the coming campaign. 
Unless you get beaten by Leeds, that Is. 

Italian league football enjoys 
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players and teams two years ago? 
Little more than nowt I'd wager. 

Serie-A is the most glamorous of 
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Championship Manager Italia every 
two minutes) is virtually identical to 
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Pasta ball to me 

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with the team rather where you're 
supposed to click the mouse next. 

From career histories to individ- 
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CMI has everything the boss could 
ever need bar a sheepskin coat. The 
attention to detail is meticulous. 

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The transfer merry-go round never stops in Italian football. Until the deadline. The 
state of the transfer market Is updated every week to keep you on the ball. 



guide a squad of players through a 
season and beyond. You can buy 
and sell players, loan them, insure 
them, fine them, in fact, do every- 
thing Big Ron or Harry can. All the 
players have ratings for skills such as 
passing, tackling and shooting and 
you must get them to gel as a team. 




After a disappointing nll-nlt draw against Cosenza, the AC Milan board may wel 
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You don't actually get to see the 
lads out on the park doing the busi- 
ness, but each team has a set of 
three moving bars denoting defence, 
midfield and attack, and a series of 
on-screen comments provide informa- 
tion on how the game is progressing. 
Sounds a bit naff, but it works well. 

Pizza the action 

Management sims are amazingly 
popular, with five entering the 
Amiga Format top 30 last month - 
two in the top 10. The long-lasting 
appeal of these games is due to their 
addictive qualities. You always want 
to play one more game. 

The major benefit Championship 
Manager Italia has over CM '93 is 
that it runs a good deal faster, thus 
eliminating the frustrating periods of 
waiting around. 

If you enjoy footie management 
or if you have more than a passing 
interest in Italian league football 
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excellent value. 

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Perihelion, sticks to RPO traditions 

with lots of dungeons to explore. 



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Threshold of darkness, blah. blah. Unborn 
god. blah blah. Hmm looks like an RPG. 




You can easily spend an hour or two 
choosing your characters and formulating 
spells before actually starting the game. 





Journey into the future 
the Dwarf and uncover 

hat does a guy 
have to do to get 
some kip these 
days? One minute 
you're happily dreaming about 
space chick Betty Boo, the next 

you're woken from 
a hundred-year 
sleep to sort out 
some cata- 
clysmic 
disaster or 
other. It's 

just not 

fair, || it? 

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with a band of Psionic warriors and Grimebeard 
a world of telepathy, treachery and doom. 




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the problem is that an unknown 
entity called the Unborn is stretching 
its destructive fingers around your 
world, causing its people to die m 
untold torment 

As leader of an elite band of six 
Psionic warriors, only you can solve 
The mystery and save your people 
from a fate worse than endless Little 
and Large re-runs. If you haven't 
guessed by now, Perihelion is a 
futuristic role-playing adventure in 
which you explore a variety of loca- 
tions, including cities and the 
obligatory dungeons, in search of 
clues to help you on your quest. 



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great play of is its seriousness as a 
proper role-playing adventure. As 
soon as you get past the scene-set- 
ting intro sequence you're given the 



ing, or in which form they're best 
manifested - who can tell whether a 
Blast Frost spell is actually better as a 
sphere, cone or tunnel? None of this 
is explained at all well. 

As you explore each section of 
the game, you discover all kinds of 
mysterious characters as well as 
Nelstations which act as local termi- 



task of generating six characters with 

** The Unborn Is stretching Its fingers 
around yovr world, causing the people 
die In untold torment ~ 



nals for a supercomputer. In both 
cases you have to lock on to your 
own personal computer to get a 
reply or information. This is quite an 
intriguing idea, but soon becomes 



different skills and abilities as well as 
a complicated spell creation proce- 
dure. This can take quite a while, 
especially when you don't know how 
useful the spells are that you're creat- 




As you explore the different sections of the game you come across various peculiar 
characters and the Netstations which act as terminals for a supercomputer. 



A spaceship heads towards the Psionic Training Centre bearing the fearsome news 
that the mysterious Unborn is spreading Its evil Into your land. 




The futuristic atmosphere Is one of 
Perihelion's strongest points. 




The battles take a while to get used to, 
so save your game first, but you soon 
discover the best spells and tactics. 

tiresome when you have to type in 
every single thing you want to know 
only to get booted out if you get the 
wrong answer. 

It's also pretty hard work finding 
your way around the different loca- 
tions since one corridor looks pretty 
much like another and there is no 
auto-mapping feature and few land- 
marks to tell you where you are. 

Icon do that 

There are plenty of other minor nig- 
gles too - the pretentious stream of 
tiny text along the bottom of the 
screen, the occasionally fiddly icon- 
based controls and the hopelessly 
linear plot could easily find you 
pointing a laser gun at your temple. 
Yet despite all these drawbacks, 
Perihelion is reasonably playable 
thanks to some atmospheric graph- 
ics, music and sound effects, and an 
absorbing plot. You really do want 
to know what this destructive Unborn 
thing is and how you can defeat it. 

Rob Mead £? 





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Eerie musk and spooky sound 
effects conjure up a reeling of a 
world on the eve of destruction. 



It's a bit long-winded, but you 
gradually get more and more 
involved as the plot progresses. 

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to characters is problematic... 
But you can't help liking it. 



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atmospheric 
and, at times, 
very absorbing, 
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of problems at the end of Level Two of Ocean's platform escapade. 



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rom Dennis the Menace to 
the Pehshers, the anarchic, 
scruffy kid has been the 
mainstay of comics, books 
and movies for years. Now a simi- 
lar American incarnation has 
surfaced in the shape of Ocean's 
latest Film licence game. 

The seven-year-old hero of 
Dennis is in big trouble, as usual. 
Not only has he lost all of Mr 
Wilson's precious coin col- 
lection, but his friends Joey 
and Margaret have been 
kidnapped by the evil 
Switchblade Sam. The aim 
of this platformer is to 
explore each of four different 
worlds, and their associated 
sub-levels, collecting coins and bot- 
tling baddies as you go. Ho hum. 
If the startlingly derivative plot 
fails to capture your imagination, 
wait until you start playing the 
game. Graphically it looks like a 




cross between Sleepwalker (Dennis 
looks suspiciously like the somnam- 
bulistic Lee) and Alternative 
Software's Sooty and Sweep. It's 
hideous and certainly not worth 
£25 of anyone's money. The game- 
play is little better. The nasties keep 
coming back every time you kill 
them and your so-called special 
weapons (a pea-shooter, cata- 
pult and a water pistol) are 
virtually useless. There are 
plenty of power-ups and 
courage-building sweets, 
but Dennis still dies remark- 
ably often anyway. 
By far the worst bits are 
the appalling soundtrack and 
teeth-clenchingly bad sound 
effects. And the CD^ 2 version is lit- 
tle better. Ocean must have paid a 
lot for this licence, but since the 
movie was a flop the game is likely 
to go the some way. Avoid. 

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The last thing Mr Wilson needs Is an 
olklsh little brat spoiling his day. but 
that's Just what Dennis is about to do. 



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Alligators, moles and radioactive waste 
lie In wait in the underclty sewer level. 
It all seems a bit reminiscent of 
Sleepwalker really, doesn't It? 







nyone fancy a quick 
game of Naughty 
Ones in the back 
room?" The normally 
tranquil, yet highly-industrious, 
Amiga Format office was a blur of 
falling chairs and rushing bodies 
as the team legged it 
towards the door. 

The nimble Frank 
Bartucca looked 
favourite to make it first, 
but a timely shoulder 
charge by Sue White sent 
him sprawling into Marcus 
Dyson and a heavy-breathing Sue 
pipped Julie Tolley to the door. 

"Me, me, me, me," squeaked 
Sue. "I want to play Naughty Ones, 
what do I have to do?" 

"Just grab the joystick Sue, and 
we'll get down to business." 

And so it was that Susan White 
earned that Naughty Ones is an 
excellent new platform game from 
nteractivision that can be played in 
one or simultaneous two-player 
mode, and I learned lots of interest- 
ng new swear words as we whiled 
the afternoon away. 

When we started, I observed 
that the graphics and gameplay 
seemed to leave a bit to be desired. 
"Looks knob to me," ventured Ms 
White. But we persevered: "Let's 
suck it and see," said Sue. So we 
sucked and we saw that Naughty 
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easy in others. It's bright and 
bouncy, but not sickeningly 
cutesy. It's an ideal game 
for kids, but still offers a 
challenge and stacks of 
enjoyment for the more experi 
enced games player. 

You control John and Jim 
guide them through five worlds on a 
quest to defeat the evil king. The 
worlds consist of linked rooms, and 
you must find a key in each of them 
to progress to the next. 

Power-ups give you bouncing 
killer shots, extra lives, extra speed, 
or vertical killer shots, and occasion- 
ally you will stumble over a hidden 
bonus room or need to find a switch 
to uncover a hidden platform. 

The baddies include robots, 
blobby things, soldiers, plasma 
death bolts, mummies, crocodiles, 
spiders, birds and clocks, most of 
which are easily dispatched, 
but some of which require 
thought, perseverance 
and split-second timing. 
"Let me jump on the 
bear with the balloon. 
Why's it called Naughty 
OnesV squealed Sue. 
"I don't know." 
"Hit the switch to turn on the 
thing to take me over the gap. 
Why's it called Naughty OnesV 
repeated Sue. 

"I really don't know." 

"Jump on the lift! Mind the acid, 

mind the acidl Why's it called 

Naughty OnesV shrieked Sue. 

"I DON'T KNOW!!!" 

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One of the best features of Naughty Ones Is the simultaneous two player option, rf 
you are playing two-players, remember that It sometimes makes more sense to 
send the player with the greater number of lives Into a room to collect the key, while the 
other player waits for the baddies to be defeated, collects the extra lives, and then 
legs it to the exit. Naughty Ones Is available in both AGA and noo-AGA versions, 
and a CD 32 version Is due for release In April or May. 



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bouncy, but not too cutesy. 



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thinking about Naughty Ones, 
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VERDICT 




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"Gravity can be a real pain in the 
bum sometimes... hurrah for high 
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- Cam Winstanley explores 
both sides of his personality 
while reviewing Fly Harder. 



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music, soap 
operas, step 
aerobics and the anthropomorph- 
ism and idolatry of small furry 
animals? That's nothing compared 
to the world of Perihelion." 

- Chris Lloyd bows out of AP with a review of 
Psygnosis' new RPG. Or is he just not in yet? 








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carefully balanced, 
extensively considered 
and scrupulously fair 
viewpoint on new Mega 
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game-load of old crap 
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'1 was sitting 

on the edge of 

my chair going 

'Aargh!' and 

'Eek!' and 'Oh 

no, look at that!' and all kinds of 

things. Which was stupid, really. 

- Stuart Campbell gives us a personal glimpse while 
playing Interactivisions fabulous new Naughty Ones. 



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Quite simply the best Football management game foe your computer. 
We have served thousands of satisfied customers during our 4 years of 
trading. Over 10,000 man hours (during 5 years) has been dedicated to 
the production of this constantly improving game. It is one of the most 
realistic and accurate representations of o professional football managers 
annual challenge to tactically out wit and conquer every opponent. 
Managers : I to 4 Human players, Ratings, Performance statistics, sock 
and offers. 3 Difficulty levels, Manager of the month and season 
awarded, Pools, Pick any team in any division to begin with. 
League & Cup : Premier 22 teams, Division 1,2 & 3 have 24 teams. 
Play-offs, Tables. 7 Cup competitions with precise rules (2 legs, extra 
rime, oway goal rule, seeded draws, European Cup tables, 5 subs, 
non-domestic player restrictions etc.), Finalist route to glory. 
Games : Yearly fixture/previous list, Week fixtures/results. Results from 
previous meeting with opponent (goes back up to 6 seasons). 



Players ; Real life statistics reflecting the start of 93/94 season with 
real positions, height, age. live transfer market, Contract & wage 
negotiations, Preferred foot (left/right/both), Loans, Injuries, Training, 
Special talents. Trainees, Goalkeepers (separate skill categories). 
Defenders, Midfielders, Attackers & Utility, Retirements, Foreign 
transfers, Unhappy players. Top 10 Hot shots. 
Team : Training, Tactics (15 different styles), Aggression, Formation 
allows specific player field settings (Left winger, Sweeper etc.). 
Club : Sponsorship, Ground improvements, View opponent, Finances 
The Match : Real time scoreboard reporting goals & injuries yellow/red 
cords, Sound effects, Interventions permitted at any time to 
change tactics, formations and make subs. Physical graphical penalty 
participation (optional). Over 80 different referees. 
Other : Fast load/save, Printer access, 20 Options to set various 
gome preferences, Instruction book, Easy to play, Technical support. 
Plus : Over 100 other meticulous refinements impossible to list here. 
Editor : Allows you to amend various items in saved games. £1 2 Extra 
[X] Scottish : Dedicated version details available upon request. 



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EASY TO PLAY Animated 



Joystick or Mouse. 
w_ 1 or 2 ployers 





This is a purely managerial cricket manager gome that concentrates on 
strategy and includes plenty of relevant statistics. The game has been 
designed and developed by a true fan of the sport. It replicates everything 
that a real manager has to contend with and it's a totally unique 
production thot anyone with an interest in Cricket should experience. 
A summary of the main features is shown below:- 

• AXA EQUITY & LAW 18 league county teams, 50 overs per gome. 

• 4 Cup competitions including Benson & Hedges, Nat West. 

• 20 different match umpires with accurate names and strictness. 

• Accurate player details Surname, height and age. 

• 27 different player attributes. Most skills hove a direct impact on the 
effectiveness of each individuals actions during a simulated match. 

• Easy player selection. All game text is cleariy presented. 

• Batting and bowling averages. Top batting and bowling tables. 

• 3 Different training intensities to boost batting, bowling or fielding, 

• Weather, pitch and light often make an impact on ground condition. 




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• Full match highlights let you 
watch the action ball by ball with 
full graphics and/or realistic 
sampled sound effects for 
significant events (Fours, Umpire 
decisions, etc.). Interventions are 
permitted at any time to change batting tactics or fielding placings. 

• 3 Batting/Bowling classifications (Normal, Attack and Defend). 

• Choice of 1 5 different field placings. 

• Full scorecard results with best batting and bowling figures. 

• Other staff (Physio, Groundkeeper, Scout) can be hired and fired . 

• Annual league fixtures listing. Current week and last league results. 

• View current cup competition draws and historic records. 

• Real time transfer market. Player contract and wage negotiations. 

• Sponsors, Printer access, Finances, Poor ground fines, Manager rating. 

• 1 5 Options to alter game preferences, Load/Save gome. 

• Instruction book with plenty of examples. 

• Plus many more fine details that we are unable to list here. 



This game has been designed to be as close to real racing as possible. 
Five years of development by a clever racing expert has led to the 
second revision of this Flat Horse Racing Simulation. 
Up to 4 players can participate as Owner Trainers with the primary 
objective of becoming the top rated trainer, in respect of prize money 
won, at the end of each racing seoson (Maich to November). There 
are up to 35 other intelligently controlled computer trainers to compete 
against and compare your personal performance. 
To achieve this aim you must discover a potential champion and train 
them so that they become capable of competing well and winning any 
of the 47 big prize money races (Handicap and Group), eg. The Derby 
To give you an idea of the tools provided in this game to assist you 
reaching your objective we have listed the main features below:- 

• 250 horses each with over 60 independent variables. 

• 26 different roce courses (2 all weather), real life characteristics 
mirroring the diversity of racecourses in the UK (descriptions provided). 




• 20 Jockeys who vary in ability and booking fees, Orders & Feedback. 

• Formbook and Win Summary Cords cover the previous 200 races. 

• Animated race display or just the result. View Declaration List for races 

• Very informative report by Head stable lad. Tipsters. Bookmakers. 

• Racecards similar to racing press. Real life. Handicaps & Race Types. 

• Viruses, Injuries & Vets. Load/Save game. Many other items included 
Version 1 is available upon request (Simple training & betting) @ £1 5. 



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by Racecall, regulated by the Tote, this program achieved 
joint second. This led to o serious approach horn a well 
national book moker. Rejected in favour of supporting the public. 
Winnings Statistic-; 104 wins out of 166, os horn 2/6 to 1/9/93. 
Fwmulu This program tells you exactly what to do. You are NOT 
permitted to omend our system unlike so many other similar programs. 
How confident can you be in something that invites amendments! 
httorch & Development Three years full time race analysis and 
experimentation to refine and test the prediction system. 
Inside Knowledge : Plenty of unique hints horn contacts in the know. 
User Friendly No racing knowledge required, easy to use, tutorial book 
Restricted Sales As soon as our programs predictions hove a prolific 
impact on the betting odds we will stop accepting new buyers 
Monthly Updates Highly recommended option. If any update fails to 
break even we'll send the next one free of charge. From £25. 
Pnce Increase Highly likely. Buy now before success forces increase. 



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A fontostic graphical and/or tactical representation of Cricket thot has 
been completely written by a traditional fan. You con physically 
participate with batting and/or bowling or leave it to the computer to 
automatically handle. See full feature list below :- 







GAME OPTIONS 

• 1 Day limited overs or test. 

• White or coloured clothing. 

• Three Cricket grounds. 

• Load/Save game. Skill levels. 

• Computer/Human players. 
ANIMATED ACTION 

• Sound Commentary. 

• Umpire signals. 

• All the strokes cut, pull, drive, etc. 

• Appeals, dropped catches, run outs. 

• Bouncers, wides and no balls. 



STATISTICS 

• Scorecard & bowling analysis. 

• Weather and ground reports 

• Wagon Wheel 

• Manhattan Chart. 
PLAYER VARIETY 

• Rated on 8 adjustable factors. 

• Lett and right honded players. 

• Range of batting types. 

• Editor to amend gome stats. 

• Bowler types include seam, 
swing, change and both types of 
spin with 8 speed levels. 



FRIENDLY CONTROLS 

• Icon driven with point & dick. 

• Large 3D soolling screen 
covering the entire ploying area. 

• Mouse controls bowler's line, 
length, direction field settings. 

• Joystick control of batsman's 
attack level, strokes and 
running between wickets. 
VARIABLE CONDITIONS 

• Surface and pace of pitch 

• Rain, bod light, cloud cover, 
temperature and humidity. 



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Stephen Bradley casts an eye over all of the 
latest re-releases to bring you the benefit of 
years of experience of sitting in front of a 



monitor twiddling a joystick. This month 
there's Sensible Soccer, Liberation, Eye Of 
The Beholder and much, much more. 




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So If you divide the £30 you pay for the compilation by four games, you get £7.50. 
Hey. that's pretty cheap for the best game ever. In the whole wide world. 

SENSIBLE SOCCER 92/93 
EDITION 

Reviewed AF42 80% 

Wow! What a way fo kick off a compilation. If you haven't heard about this 
game, where have you been? Even Lord Lucan and the lost Amazonian tribe 
of the Naskatowans are proficient Sensible players. It's the smoothest, sweet- 
est and most gorgeous of football games. Heaps of options, loads of teams 
and amazing playability ensure SS's place in the Pantheon where games such 
as these lounge on thrones, while being fed grapes by Kick Off 2. 



The only thing that Is missing from Archer Maclean's Jimmy White's Whirlwind 
Snooker masterpiece Is the hushed commentary of 'whispering' Ted Lowe. 

JIMMY WHITE'S 
WHIRLWIND SNOOKER 

Reviewed AF26 91% 

Without going into too much detail about JVVs game engine, it will suffice to 
say that there are about 164 million different shot permutations. And that's a 
lot. But the beauty of Whirlwind Snooker is its simplicity. You can pick it up in 
five minutes, yet the intricacies of the gameplay ensure it's longevity. The 3D 
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ELITE 

Reviewed AF5 75% 

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The Jaguar Is such a fast car they named a speedy South American cat after It. 

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7/1 




Futuristic role-playing Is on the menu In Liberation - Captive II as you fearlessly 
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LIBERATION - CAPTIVE II 

Mindscape 0444 246333 ■ £29.99 ■ CD 32 version reviewed 
AF55 91% 

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Maybe taking on rescuing the king- 
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Kixx XL 02 1 -625 3311 £14.99 
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The beauty of games is in the eye of the beholder. And this Is quite pretty. 

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Kixx XL 021-625 33 11 ■ £16.99 Reviewed AF24 92% 

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9/1 




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SECOND SAMURAI AGA 

Psygnosis 05 1-709 5755 £29.99 Reviewed in non-AGA 
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Punch, kick and slash your way through 10 levels of platform, cum puzzle, cum beat- 
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9/1 




Wandering around killing small 
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JURASSIC PARK A500/A600 

Ocean 061-832 6633 £25.99 .' AGA version reviewed AF55 70% 

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Kriscilis 0709 372290 ■ £29.99 ■ Reviewed in non-AGA form 
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other has lasers. 

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PREMIER MANAGER 2 

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Gremlin •0742 753423 

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BRUTAL SPORTS FOOTBALL 

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Here are some codes to take you to the start of each league: 



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League Two: 
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Blown away by Cannon Fodder? Reached your limits 
in Frontier! Cheating is an artform and not punish- 
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TRY A TRICKY 
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Terminator 2 : H at first you don't succeed, then, like Jamie's dad try. try. 
try and try again. Makes you wonder H age Is related to performance. 



In Terminator 2: The Arcade 
Version try this cheat if you are 
stuck on a level. 

When the game has loaded 
select your control method at the 
options screen as usual. Instead of 
going to Start Game press Esc. 
Watt for the high score chart with 
the picture of the T- 1 000 to 
appear. As soon as the last digit is printed on the high score chart (the last on the 
10000, in 1 0th place), click the left mouse button (or the joystick fire button if that's 
plugged in to port one). 

Note that you must click the button 0. 1 9 seconds after the last digit on the score chart 
has been printed on the screen. If you take longer, or click before the last digit is printed, 
the cheat will not work, so precise timing is required. If you find this difficult, there is an 
alternative. Hold down Fire at the high score table until it is finished. This won't always 
work though. Go back to the options screen. If you can see the picture of Arnie, but no 
options are displayed, then the cheat has worked. Left click on the mouse (or joystick) to 
move on. Click again to skip the high score display. If you allow the high score chart to 
be printed again the game may mess up. Start the game. 

If the cheat doesn't work (the option screen is printed as normal) press Esc and try 
again on the high score chart - your timing was probably not accurate. It is very difficult 
I can usually only do it one time out of five, so keep on trying. For the record, my dad 
took 30 times to get it rightl 

Once you've got the cheat to work and started the game, you will notice (after the 
writing has finished) that a gunpowder and energy reading is displayed for player two 
even though he isn't active. Now pause the gome (press P not Fl) and type in all the 
function keys in order (Fl, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9 and F10) and you should skip 
the level you are presently playing. 

The only disadvantage about this is that you will not be able to play in two-player 
mode when the cheat is active. 

Jamie Gascoigne. Bugbrooke, Northants 



MADDEN CROWD 

Here's a cheat for John Maddens Football 
To get Into the semi-final of the cup type the 
passwords: 0150361 or 6232561 . and for the 
final: 0550361 or 6632565. 

And, while you're playing... 

It Is possible to get the ball back when 
you're kicking off (all the time for some teams). 
When the kicking meter is on the screen put the 
direction full to the right with no power at all. 
Cincinnati, Kansas, All Madden and Minnesota Incredible feets' on the gridiron fflald. And don't let 
can get the ball all the time. The other teams *••" e«* away with n - the bail that i% 

can get the ball most of the time, often depend- 
ing on the opponents. 

And here's a cheat for Zooi. Everyone knows the old cheat - when the game starts wart for the 
high score screen to appear, type In Goldfish and press Enter. The keys F2. F3 etc. will transport Zooi 
to the level with the corresponding number. But. once play has begun pressing 1 will make Zooi invin- 
cible. (He'll flicker white when this is done.) Pressing 2 will transport him to the next section (such 
as 2.2 or 2.3) and pressing 3 will take him to the next complete level. Pressing 4 will make Zooi 
explode. This Is a good one for those who feel guilty with the other cheats. 




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Amiga Format reader Jonathan Tasker completes his tips in 
this, the second and final, part of his guide to David Braben's 
classic galactic trading game, Frontier, 

SHIPS & EQUIPMENT 



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You start off wtth a pretty useless ship. Its got hardly any 
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only got a 1MW pulse laser and no room for shields, It's not 
very good In combat either. But you can make the most of a 
bad situation after you make some money. First, fit a Class 
One military drive, and remove your missiles. Then fit either 
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The Viper Is pointy and fast and makes an Ideal second ship. 
There's much more room for interesting illegal goods and deadly- 
weaponry. You're a bit of a dark horse, aren't you? 



Alternatively, you could always leave the space for 
cargo. From there, upgrade to a Viper defence craft, fitting a 
couple of shields, and a 1MVV beam laser. Then the choice of 
ships is very much up to you. Personally I use a Cobra Mk 3 
with 1MVV beam lasers, Class Three Military drive (18 Light 
years) four shields, radar mapper, cloud analyser and an 
Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) system. 



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Including an ECM, a laser cooling unit and a hyperspace cloud 
analyser. Just the business for assassination missions. 



Here are a few rules for you to follow: 

1. An ECM is essential. There's nothing more annoying 
than almost destroying a ship only to be cruelly taken out by 
a missile! Buy as soon as you can. 

2. For your own missiles, use naval missiles, as they 
are more powerful, and are unaffected by any ECM system. 
The tougher opponents usually have one. They aren't much 
more expensive, and are worth the extra. 

3. Buy a Radar Mapper. It only weighs a tonne, and 
soon pays for itself In bounty. It also gives you Invaluable 
information on your enemy's shields and equipment 

4. Get some shields! Buy as many of them as you can 
hold without reducing your cargo space too much. 
Remember, shields recharge for free, but your hull will stay 
damaged and it will cost you to repair it. Shields also offer 
protection against destruction by energy bombs. 



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Reviewed AF54 95% 
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Grave matters Indeed. If Cannon Fodder Is proving undigestfble and you need some spoon 
feeding then take the AF handy hints after every meal and It'll all go down lovely. Promise. 

1. In Choppas. land on the enemy to kill them - safer than landing and getting out. 

2. In missions In which you have control of a lot of troopers separate the lowest 
ranking trooper from the rest and give him all the weapons, make sure the rest are 
safe, then attempt the mission with the one trooper. If the trooper dies just press Esc. 
This saves a lot of troopers later, such as in Mission 18 Phase 5 of 5 - The Doors. 

3. Troopers are able to throw grenades quite along way and over walls, trees and 
buildings. Use this to your advantage to protect against Blggunz and Jeeps. To throw a 
grenade a long way, simply position the pointer further than needed. 

4. Buildings can be destroyed even If you can't see them. For instance. If a trooper 
is in a Blggun and there Is a building slightly off the edge of the screen, roughly aim at 
the building making sure the pointer Is at the very edge of the screen and Fire. 

5. Learn to control Jeeps and Skldooz early on (how to skid them). In later levels 
you may need good control to hit ramps at correct angles otherwise you can blow up h* 
you hit walls. This Is also useful to get away from shells, rockets and grenades. 

6. An effective way of destroying snipers is to just run straight towards them and 
shoot your guns. Don't waste grenades on them unless it is necessary. 

Anon, Somewhere, Nr Nowhere 



THE SETTLERS 


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14. LEGION 


Reviewed AF54 FG94% 




15. PIECE 


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16. PASSIVE 

17. RIVAL 


Mission Codes 7. 


RECORD 


18. SAVAGE 


1. START 8. 


SCALE 


19. XAVER 


2. STATION 9. 


SIGN 


20. BLADE 


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ACRON 


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CHOPPER 


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GATE 


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ISLAND 


24. TRIBUTE 



25. FOUNTAIN 

26. CHUDE 

27. TRAILER 

28. CANYON 

29. REPRESS 

30. YOKI 

Michael Carter, 
Georgeham, 
North Devon 



2 

Reviewed Af55 FG93% 

Gremlin • 0742 753423 

Here are some cheats and level codes for Gremlin's funky 

platformer. All codes must be typed In on to the title screen 

when Zool 2 has been drawn and Press Fire for Options is flashing 

If, when you type out the code, the screen doesn't flash, try again 

CHEAT CODES 



CREAMOLA 

VISION 

TOUGH GUY 

OLDENEMY 

ALCENTO 

KICKASS 

BUMBLEBEE 



10 lives 

20 lives 

Invincibility 

Unlimited time 

99 Items collected 

Unlimited smart bombs 

Skip stages (press Return to skip) 



LEVEL CODES 

Level 

Swan Lake: 
Blueberry Hill: 
Tooting Common: 
Snaking Pass: 
Mount Ices: 
Mental Block: 



Code 
SESAME 

R0NS0N 
FUNKYTUT 
HISSTERIA 
7SLURP 

PLUNGER 




Colin Room, Dunstable, Beds 



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5. Lasers are a matter of taste. Pulse lasers can actu- 
ally do more damage with a single shot, and don't overheat. 
Beam lasers are easier to score a hit with, but you'll need to 
keep the ship in your sights to do real damage. Only get a 
cooling booster for 4MW beam lasers and above, with which 
It Is essential. Learn to Identify your enemy's laser from its 
colour: 
lMW-Red 
4MW/5MW - YeMow 
20MW - Thin White 
100MW - Pale Blue 
Plasma accelerator - Thick White. (If you see this - RUN!!) 



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Just you and your trusty polygon against the universe - and it's a 
big one too. Frontier's play area is huge, and we don't mean just 
very big. We're talking really seriously mega hugely huge. 

6. Energy bombs are handy for emergencies. They 
destroy unshielded and lightly-shielded ships. Use them 
when you are being chased by squadrons of police Vipers. K 
an enemy uses one against you, you'll see a halo of multi- 
coloured stars spinning around It. 




7. Escape capsules are a complete waste of money and 
valuable cargo space. If you use one you'll keep your money, 
but lose both your cargo and ship which will probably 
amount to more than your cash. Worse still, you'll end up 
with only an Eagle ship, so you're far better off loading a 
saved game. 

8. Have a deluxe service every nine to 10 months at 
one of the better-developed systems. If you neglect your 
ship, It's liable to start breaking down when It's most incon- 
venient - perhaps in the middle of combat. 

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Frontier Systems and shooting up the locals Is an excellent. H 
somewhat messy.way to improve your rating. 

Before you start to wander around systems picking fights, 
remember that you will come up against some lethal foes. 
Wait until you have a large well-equipped ship, then Jump to 
a Frontier System, or a Minimal Police Protection area, with 



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enough fuel for a jump to a friendly system. Power down 
your engines and put the time-advance on to maximum. 
broadcasting distress signals at intervals. 

Sooner or later you'll be attacked! Another method of 
entering into combat which sometimes works Is to Jettison 
a load of rubbish, then hang around the cloud of canisters 
and see if anybody decides to have a go at you. It's amazing 
how upset some people get when you Jettison a huge pile of 
rubbish In their part of the solar sytem. 

You will also be attacked more often If you are carrying 
an expensive cargo or Illegal goods. Remember to be ready 
for a jump in case things get too hot to handle. Some ships 
will follow you if they have a hyperspace cloud analyser. This 
is even better if you have a Radar Mapper, because you can 
collect bounties from the scum who hang around the seedier 
parts of space. 

IMPROVING YOUR 
SECURITY RATING 

Working for the Military or either side Is a particularly good 
way to steadily and safely progress In the game. The Military 
are far stingier than the general public when it comes to 
paying you, but the work is fairly regular, and it's not too 
dangerous at first. 

The best way to get Military work Is to go to one of the 
major bases such as Eta Casseopeia - Federation, or Facece 
- Empire, and then scan the Bulletin Board's Military adver- 
tisement to And out what missions are available. 

The more you can take to a particular system, the 
quicker your rating rises. Missions with Secret or High 
Command In them involve a greater degree of risk, but they 
pay more, and count for more. Who knows, you may even 
get some medals. 








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Reviewed AF 56 50% 
Interplay • 0865 390029 
When In space combat, fire your 
phasers and torpedoes at the enemy 
vessel. Then press D to get Scotty on 
the damage control. All the action 
stops, but your phasers and torpedoes 
will still recharge. When the action 
begins again you will be able to Are at 
the target straight away. Repeat this 
process a few times and your enemy 
will not last long. 

P Mountain. Doncaster 



LIBERATION: 
CAPTIVE a 

Reviewed AF55FG91% 
Mindscape • 0444 2462333 

If you hang on to the Oata 
Crystal after completing the first 
mission, you can use it to find the 
other caplives on all the other mis- 
sions without having to hunt around 
for clues. 
C Colquhoun, Ashford, Middlesex 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
MANAGER 93/94 

Reviewed AF48 82% 
Domark 08 1780 2222 

Select New Game. Select Tranmere. 
Select Arrogant. Call yourself Mr 
Bulgaria. You will now have about 
£34m to spend. 

Davy Gibson, Whitley Bay 



Are you trapped in a dungeon of despair, or left in 
and he'll do his best to sort out your gaming problems. 



on a level? Then write in to Rob Mead 



CHAOS CODES 




Blam! Blam! Blam! Blaml Blum! Two muse I y 
geezers shooting the hell out of everything. 

Can you supply me with the one- 
player passwords for Chaos Engine? 
M L King, Basingstoke 

Certainly. Type in the following 
codes for maximum lives, strength, 
speed and loads of money: 
World Two; XJKSOMH1Z92V 
World Three: C4HQYOQ4NJ3M 
World Four: V7YRZK8D 1 3GS 

RED CARNATION 

We're stuck on Operation Stealth. 
How do you get the red carnation? 

Alison and Matthew Chinn, 

Braunton 

Examine the US passport from your 
briefcase and take the bunch of 
notes. Go to the bank and use the 
notes on the bank clerk. Use the coin 
on the florist to get the red carnation. 

SUNKEN GALLEON 

Could you tell me where the sunken 
galleon is in Monkey Island 2? 

Kevin Sullivan, London 

The coordinates for the galleon can 
be found in the Great Shipwrecks 



book in the library. To get it you 
need to go to the library and open 
the model lighthouse, take out the 
lens and look at the card catalogue. 

Now open the drawer labelled 
C/D, find a card called Disasters 
and look in the P/Q/R drawer to get 
the recipe card. You can now go to 
the librarian and ask for The Joy of 
Hex, Great Shipwrecks and any 
other book of your choice. 

There are still a couple more 
things you need to do, but I'll leave 
you to work them out. Eventually, 
though, you get to charter a ship 
from Captain Kate, sail to the sunken 
galleon co-ordinates and dive over 
the side to the ship. 



LOST 
TRANSLATION 

In Issue 53 of Amiga Format, there is 
a solution for Part Four of Flashback. 
The code is down as GOOD, but this 
doesn't work. In Part Seven, Issue 
56, the code is down as HALL. That 
didn't work either, but next to the dot 
number one in the picture, the code 
is clearly shown as BOLD. This 
works. I was hoping you could send 
me the real code for Part Four. 

There are two versions of Flashback 
available - one French, the other 
English. The level codes we printed 
for the complete solution were cor- 
rect for the French version and we 
also printed all the English codes in 
the Christmas Issue (AF54). It 
appears you have an English version 
of the game, so the correct code for 
Pan Four is GURL 



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You'll be over the moon if you follow our 
tips for Championship Manager 93. 

I've been playing the truly excellent 
Championship Manager 93 and I would 
be very grateful H you could print some 
tips for the game. 

Andrew McMullan, Bristol 

A strong midfleld Is essential during 
matches - keep an eye on them by look- 
ing at the march stats screen, adjust 
formation to outwit the other team and 
try not to ask players to play a too 



advanced style of footie. In the transfer 
market. It's best to look for bargains 
when you're In the lower divisions. 
Experience h useful, so don t spend all 
your money on one player • spread It 
around several cheaper and older players 
and you 'II find promotion to the next divi- 
sion much easier. 

It's fatal to rely too heavily on player 
history, especially where injuries and bad 
seasons are concerned. You should also 
try to keep players under contract. The 
longer the contract the more they're 
worth. Use scout reports, but don't rely 
on loaned players because they can't 
play In cup competitions. 

During the preseason you should try 
out as many of your players as possible 
and organise friendlles so you can spot 
the weaknesses In the opposition teams. 
You should also insure your best players 
and rehabilitate them when they face a 
long lay-off. 



CHEAT-FIGHTING 
MAN 




I don't think fighting women Is very clever, 
especially the women I know, anyway. 

Do you know any cheats for Body 
B/ows? 

Ben Welsh, Alton, Staffs 

You can access the Body Blows 
cheat menu by holding joystick one 
down for five seconds. 

STAR STRUCK 

I'm completely stuck on the second 
episode called Hijacked in Star Trek: 
25th Anniversary. I've defeated the 
Elasi ship, boarded the USS Masada 
and killed the two Elasi guards, but I 
have no idea what to do next apart 
from fixing the transporter, which I 
can't do. Please help. 

Imraw All, Bradford 

In the Transporter Room, use the 
Med Tricorder on the Transporter 
Chief. Take the transmogrifier. Talk 
to Transporter Chief again and use 
Spock on the transporter controls. 
Exit east door. 

In the corridor, use the Set 
Tricorder on the north door, then on 
the junk on the right side of corridor. 
Get the junk. Go through the east 
door. 

You now find yourself in the 
brig. Use the Sci Tricorder on the 
brig controls, then use Spock on the 
wires below the brig controls. Use 
Spock again on the brig controls and 
take the wires below. Go through the 
west door. 

Back in the corridor, use the stun 
or kill phaser on the phaser welder. 
Use the phaser welder on the force- 
field (left of door and a little above 
ground). Exit south. 

You're now back in the trans- 
porter room. Use the phaser welder 
on the metal bits to make a transmo- 
grifier bit which you should then use 
on the transmogrifier. Use the trans- 
mogrifier with the bit on the 
transporter controls. Next use the 
wire from the brig controls on the 
transporter controls. Now get Spock 
to use the transporter controls to be 
beamed to the Masada's bridge. 



Talk to Elasi Cereth. Give 
response one. Finally, beam back to 
USS Enterprise to complete the 
episode. 

MUSIC AND 
MACHINES 

Please can you help me? I've go! 
completely stuck on two games. 
Fascination and Ween, and it is 
really starting to gel very, and I 
mean extremely, annoying. 

In Fascination do I have to play 
a tune on the organ in the room or 
just a note? Is there a cheat sheet? 
There is also a birth sign I have to 
put in on the same screen. Where is 
it? Please help. 

Also, in Ween towards the end 
of the game, when you get to the 
odd-looking machine, I don't seem lo 
have enough time to stop the string 
from dropping down. Please could 
you give me some advice? 

Graham Lever, Bolton, Lanes 

In Fascination, the first thing to do is 
pick up the newspaper near the three 
kittens, then use the lamp on the 
microscope to reveal the musical 
notes - B, A, D+, G and E (D+ being 
a black note). Look at the zodiac 
wheel and press the right button, 
then the left button ten times. Now 
play the five notes from the lamp to 
reveal a secret passage. 

In Ween, click the levers of the 
machine. Then click each one again 
four times - bring them down and 
pull them up again - from right to 
left. Click on the engravings. Press 
on the letters D.J.E.L Click above the 
niche and put the heart in the open- 
ing. Take the knife. Collect the 
bamboo at the bottom right of the 
machine. Use the knife on the bam- 
boo. Use the knife on the bamboo 
again to get a flute. Call up URM, 

Collect the stone, put it in the 
hole on the engravings. Click 
A.Z.E.U.U.S.S.E Take the statue 
from the right niche and on the niche 
above the engraving. Use three 
grains on R.E.V.U.S,S. & 



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few exciting reviews for yon! 
is a brand new version of ADPro. 
sion is completely AmigaDOS-f riendly afTd ha 
great new interface. 

There is also a new version of VistaPro 
which will work on an unexpanded A1200. And, 
as if that wasn't enough for graphics fans, we 
also have a review of ughtrave - a program 
which enables you to use Lightwave without 
having to buy one of those Video Toaster 
things that everyone keeps talking about 

Before you even get to the reviews though, 
Richard Baguley (and that's pronounced Bag - 
you - lee) will be boggling your mind with a 
feature all about how you can join two or more 
Amigas together for double the fun and twice 
the electricity bill. 

Following the reviews we drift off into the 
vagaries of PD before we get to the really good 
bit -the Workbench pages where I get to make 
facetious comments about the publisher, hope- 
fully without him noticing. 

Seriously though, we have, as always, a 
whole collection of authoritative reviews for 
you. Only people who know how the Amiga 
works and why people use it are allowed to put 
fingers to the keyboard for us. But, if you think 
we've got it wrong, write i 

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the Amiga since its birth. 
All this time and he still 
has most of his own hair. 



It wasn't all that long ago that you could do almost 
everything it was possible to do on an Amiga with 
a plain A500, with another 512K of RAM up its bum 
and a second floppy drive hanging off the back. 
Magazines got scores of letters every month 
from readers asking whether it was best to buy the 
extra RAM first or the second floppy drive. The 
uiswer was invariably both, an investment in those 
lalcyon days that would set you bade almost £200, 
bringing your total hardware investment, including 
the A500 itself, to about £600. 

Almost all Amiga owners who wanted to do 
more than play games had absolutely no problem 




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Networking 

Richard Baguley thinks we should be talking to each other. 

Art Department Professional 2.5 

A radical redesign, but is ADPro still the best? 

Personal Paint 4 

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Clarissa 

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CD-ROM for those with a 5.25-inch intern 

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The cheapest Amiga 
is the A 6 00. Although it is now a discontinued line, 
there are still plenty of them jumping off retailers* 
shelves for about £100. Naturally this bargain price 
Is attracting a lot of people. 

Another floppy drive and another 1Mb of RAM 
is going to cost them about another £100. 
Surprisingly, most new A600 owners immediately 
understand the need for more RAM, and more 
often than not they will buy another 1Mb at the 
same time as buying the A 600. But suggest buying 
another floppy drive and most new users will give 
you a million reasons why they do not need one. 

So, five years ago most new Amiga users were 
happy to invest £600 in their hardware, but new 
users today cannot justify spending even £200. 

Just as the Amiga itself has matured, so has 
Amiga application software. Applications are big- 
ger these days, requiring more RAM. Often an 
application's file size grows so large that it can no 
longer be run from floppy disk. Five years ago soft- 
ware manufacturers took pride in keeping their 
applications so small that they would run In 512K. 

The same manufacturers take the same pride 
now in building applications that need four times 
as much memory just to load, and perhaps six or 
seven times as much memory to use creatively. 
Now, a funny thing has happened. Manufacturers 
are not selling as much software as they used to. 



__ though the Amiga user base is 
blame it on piracy. Others, as I did in my column 
last month, ask If Coverdisks are harming the mar- 
ket. But there may be a simpler reason. 

If your software requires lots of RAM and runs 
from floppy like a one-legged dog, how can you 
expect to sell it to Amiga owners who do not own 
the required hardware? Instead of putting them 
down or complaining that "the Amiga applications 
market Is not sophisticated enough", you should be 
developing applications that new owners can run. 

I've got some software on my desk right now 
that is a truly excellent program. If s been around 
for quite a while, but it failed to sell and Its price 
was reduced to less than £50, about a quarter of its 
original price. It was worth every penny of its origi- 
nal price, but it needs 4Mb of RAM and a hard drive. 

Why couldn't the manufacturers see that the 
reason it didn't sell was not because It was poor 
software, but because the people they are trying to 
sell it to do not own the required hardware? 
Reducing its price will make no difference. This 
company should have used their ingenious brains 
to work out how it could be run with less RAM and 
from floppy disk. 

But that, of course, would involve them actu- 
ally doing some work to earn their money. 





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in bigger and faster machines, bin in connecting 
computers and sharing their power. 

It has been possible to connect many types of 
computer for several years. The Apple Macs we 
use for laying out Amiga Format are all connected 
across a nerwork and PC users can use Novell 
Netware to network their machines. Up until now. 
there has been no comparable standard on the 
Amiga, although there have been several different 
systems which allow you, with differing degrees of 
success, to connect Amigas. 

But Commodore have finally got their aci 
together and released the Envoy networking sys- 
tem which provides an easy and standard way of 
joining Amigas together. 

The idea behind Envoy is simple: you can con- 
nect several machines so that they can access each 
Others hard disks as well as sharing a printer. This 
process is invisible to programs which are running, 
so thcv can access the disk of a remote machine as 
if it were connected to their machine. If you install 
and run software from a remote disk an icon for it 
appears on your Workbench as with any other pro- 
gram. You can also set up the Amiga to print to a 
printer tonne* ted to another machine, and again 

this process is invisible to the 
programs. This means that 
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one central machine which acts as a file server. 
Instead, every user on the Envn\ network can 
access the hard disks and printer connected to any 
of the other machines. 

But the really clever part of Envoy is the way 
that it deals with the hardware which sends and 
receives the information from the network. 
Instead of talking directly to the hardware. 
Envoy works through a driver, which is 
written for ihe hardware used. 

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should talk to it. This information is widely avail- 

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prohlem witting a driver foi their own product. 

This means that Envoy can work with arry form 
of network hardware from a modem serial link to 
an Ethernet card, providing there is a driver writ- 
ten for it. As far as the user is concerned, the wav 
machines are connected is irrelevant 

The most common method of connecting 
computers is a system called Ethernet, which uses 
a single cable running between all of the machines 
on the network. Not only can Envoy work quite 
happily with this .system, but it can also work 
alongside other types of networks including ones 
for other machines such as Novell (for the PC,) 
and Appletalk for the Mac. 

Kach of the bits of information passed around 
the network has a code attached which tells the 
computers which system it is intended for. This 
means that you can quite happily connect several 
Amigas using the wiring for a Novell network with 
no problems, set you don'l have to have two sets ol 
network cables in your home or office. 

Unfortunately you cannot pass information 
between the two different types of network, but ii 
does make planning the wiring for your network 
an awful lot easier. 



Don't you sometimes feel a bit sorry for your Amiga, sitting all on 
its own on your desk? It's not got much of a social life. Well, now 
you can introduce your machine to a new group of friends with the 
new Envoy software. Richard Baguley makes the connections... 






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Although the ability to share resources such as 
disks and printers is a great benefit, von mav not 
want everybody to have access 10 the contents of 
your hard disk, so even Envoy user is given a name 
which can be protected by a password. Only the 
people who know the password for the right user 
name can read your disk. 

Alternatively, you could set up the network so 
only a select few could write to your hard disk, but 
everybody could read from it. You can also set 
Envoy to automatically send the output of a partic- 
ular user to a certain printer, so you could have 
'me user automatically printing to the laser 
primer connected to one machine, another to the 
dot matrix and a third to the John Bull printing 
set in the corner. 

The Speed at which data is transferred between 
machines depends on the type of connection 
between them, but 1 was able to copy a 500K file 
across our office between two Ainigas linked 
together by ASDG Ij\N Rover cards in just under 
six seconds. 

This is nowhere near as fast as with a hard disk 
connected to the machine, but it's perfectly 
acceptable for everyday use, and has the benefit of 
baring one large hard disk for everybody to use 
instead of a number of small ones. 

There is a lot more to Envoy than just file shar- 
ing. It's all controlled through a set of libraries 
which can be easily accessed by other programs, so 
expect to see various programs updated to lake 
this into account soon. This means that programs 
could co-operate with other copies of the program 
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Envoy has a full security system built in. so that you can 
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accessible over the network. 



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Because you can use Envoy with any networking 
device that has a driver written for it there are a 
number of different ways to connect together vari- 
ous types of Amigas. 

At the really cheap end. there's a program called 
Plip, written by two gentlemen called Oliver Wagner 
and Michael Balzar, which uses a Parnet-style cable to 
connect two machines. The software side of ft 
includes a SANA-II driver, so you can use Envoy to 
link the two machines. If s not particularly fast but it 
it is cheap. 

There are several cards available for big box 
Amigas such as the A20O0, A3000 and A4000. ASDG 
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around £250). Blrttersoft (0908 220196) are now han- 



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can also supply Liana (£59.95), which uses the 
parallel ports to link together machines. 

If you want to connect either an A 1200 or an 
A600 into a network, you can use Interwork's 
PCMCIA Ethernet adaptors. These plug in to the 
PCMICA slot of your Amiga, and are supplied 
with SANA - II drivers. ! 

They connect to other machines through 
either a 10BaseT or a 10Base2-style connection, 
which means that you could network your A 1200 
or A600 to any machine which supports either of 
these two popular Ethernet connections. 

The Ethernet adaptors are available from y, 
Ramiga International on 0690 770304, and each 
card will cost you £249. 



A ray-tracing program for example, could 
be rendering different frames of an animation on 
different machines and combining these together 
into the final animation on one of the disks. 

Paul Beigle-Bryant of noted Amiga animators 
Foundation Imaging reckons: "Networking is the 
Anarchists supercomputer, because anybodv can 
go out and do it. You can either go to the Cray 
corporation and buy one or nip down to Dixons 
and build yourself one." 

Although there have been systems for con- 
necting Amigas together before, none of them 
have been as flexible as Envoy, nor have they pro- 
vided an all in one solution for two machines to 
several hundred. What's more you can happily 
have machines running Envoy and other networks 
on the same wiring, so there is no longer any need 
for the Amiga to be left out in the cold when it 
comes to talking to other machines. 



WHICH WAY TO THE SOFTWARE? 



Although Commodore have written Envoy, they have 
decided not to sell it themselves, because they don't 
have the resources to market and support it. In fact, 
most of Commodore's networking department now 
work for other companies. 

The only way to get Envoy from Commodore is 
to pay to become a registered Amiga developer, 
which will cost you a minimum of £50. Contact 
Sharon McGuffie on 0628 770088 for details on how 
to join the developers programme. If you are a seri- 
ous Amiga programmer, this may well be worth your 
while as it also gives you access to technical support 
and a number of developers tools. 

However, Commodore have also licensed Envoy 
to other companies, who will be responsible for sell- 
ing the software and supporting the end users. There 
are a number of companies who plan to bundle 



Envoy with their network hardware, but at the 
moment it's only obtainable from a company 
with the easy-to-remember name of Intangible 
Assets Manufacturing. 

The company is run by Dale Larson, one of 
the people responsible for writing Envoy when 
he used to work for Commodore. He also offers 
support for Envoy through a variety of E-Mail 
services. A two-user version of Envoy will cost 
you $59.95 (around £35). 

At the moment there no UK distributor for 
Envoy has been confirmed, although several 
companies have expressed an interest. We'll 
keep you posted. 

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The most highly-acclaimed 

Amiga image-processing 

package has gone through 

a major update. Nick veitch 

gives you the complete 

picture about ADPro2.5. 



flfuga Workbench 1,824,336 graphics nen 7,289,848 other nen 



IF YOU HAVE iit-vi-i heard of Art 
Department Professional (or ADPm to its 
friends), then you must either be a new- 
user or someone who has never reallv 
bothered with any software that doesn't 
work without a joystick. 

Art Department has been die elosesi 
thing to an industry standard for image- 
processing on the Amiga for many vears. 
Bui that's the problem. 

It is a reliable old workhorse, but for 
some time, power users have been com- 
plaining that it is slow and clunky, that (he 
interface is primitive, and that it doesn't 
really support AmigaDOS thai well- These 
are the sort of gripes that you have to deal 
with when vou're regarded as the best. 

This update, which in our opinion 
would probably have warranted a 3.0 tag 
rather than 2.5, attempts to deal with these 
shortfalls. If you are au old hand ;i( .-l/i/Vft, 
the first time you load up die new version 
you will not feel at home. 

The entire interface has changed. 
The old low-res. four-colour screen is long 
gone and so are the chunky buttons. 
Instead the ADPm screen can be forced to 
appear in any screen mode supported by 
the Amiga's Display Database. 

In effect this means you can force Che 
ADPm screen to appear in any of the 
screen modes that open when vott use the 
Workbench Screenmode Prefs program. 
This includes the displays offered bv 
graphics cards such as the EGS Spectrum 
and the Rainbow. 




One of the many features of ADPro is that the render window can be opened on the Workbench screen. 

Art Department 






It isn't just the display resolution that 
has changed. The ADPm control screen 
can now consist of up to three windows. 
The primary window can be configured 
either as a collection of buttons (a tinv bit 
similar to the old interface), or as a set of 
four scrolling requestors, one each for 
Loaders. Savers. Operators and User 
Commands. It may be confusing at first, 
especially to long-time ADPm users, but the 
new interlace leads to greater productivity. 
I'he screen can easily be set up to be opti- 
mised for tasks vou perform mosi often. 




It has also given ASDG a chance to 
update some of the operator modules. For 
example, when scaling it is now possible to 
lock the aspect ratio, so that when you 
change the si/e of the image vou can be 
sine that it won't be distorted. 

flie I'ext Visual operator has been 
updated slightly. The maximum point size 
for text is now 102-1 and the characters can 
be given their own X and V scaling factors 
to make the system more flexible. This 
Operator is still fussy about which fonts it 
will use. though. 



COMPOSITING: NOW YOU CAN REALLY SEE WHAT YOU ARE DOING 



One of the most powerful features of ADPro has always been its ability to 
mix two images together, using alpha channels, a transparent colour or just 
a straight mix. 

This process has been made a lot more powerful by the recent update. 
For a start the compositing preview now appears in a high resolution screen, 
so you can really see what you are doing. 

Also, instead of having to drag the source box around the window with 
the mouse, it can now be nudged in steps by a few keyboard commands. 
Secondly, the compositing feature can now deal with transparent ranges of 




colour. The old ADPro had to be told the exact colour value that was to be 
made transparent by using three sliders for Red, Green and Blue each of 
which had a range of to 255). This was often difficult to determine. Also, 
when using images rendered against backdrops, there may be a range of 
colours that you would like to be considered transparent. That is exactly 
what is now possible with ADPro2.5. 

The alpha channel support (a greyscale image which determines the mix- 
ing ratios of two images to be combined) has been extended to include 
embedded alpha channel support. 




106 




OPERATORS 

ADPro has an extensive range of effects which can be performed on the image. Some of them are unique 
amongst Amiga software, some of them are unique anywhere. The adaptability of this software is such that 
when morphing became a popular graphics technique, a morphing module was released that worked from 
within the ADPro environment. The images here show just some of the effects possible. 






The Oilpaint operator creates a 
particularly pleasing effect. 



The bottom right corner of this image You can map everything on to a 
has been warped. sphere if it takes your fancy. 






SimPrint gives you an idea of what 
everything looks like on a dot matrix. 



A Polar Mosaic sounds like a nice Antique gives images a sepia, 

thing - if you can think of a use for it. daguerro-type look. 



UNIVERSAL 

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One of the major features of ADPtO \> 
thai everything can be driven From ARexx 
scripts. This program has by far the great- 
est level of ARexx control of any software 
for the Amiga. User scripts are now belter 
integrated into the software, with a special 
window for calling your own scripts. 

Another great amendment is he iter 
memory handling. The original ADPro 
used to grab all the Fast RAM on the mv 
tern bar about 200k. This meant il you 
wanted to multitask with other software, it 
would have to be run first. 



SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 

In order to use this version of ADPro, you will need to have at 
least 4Mb of Fast RAM and Kickstart/Workbench 2.04 or better. 
You will also need a hard disk, as the program will only install 
to a hard drive. 

I would strongly recommend that you have at least 8Mb of 
RAM and an accelerator if you plan to use many of the 
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In its most basic role, ADPro is a very useful file conversion 
utility, which can handle a number of file formats used on the 
Amiga and other computers, such as the TIFF format used 
widely on the PC and the PCX and PICT formats which are used 
on the Macintosh. 

However, this is a small fraction of the power of ADPro. 
It is a complete image manipulation tool. It can handle tasks 
such as palette reduction, scaling, rotation and a wide range of 
special effects. It is also possible to automate processes using 
ARexx scripts. 

The answer, then, is that anyone who deals with a lot of 
images, for DTP, video or multimedia work, will use ADPro. 



As you can see the new interface is radically 
different, but much more productive. 

There is now a tooltype which can be 
sei to indicate (he maximum amount of 
memory that ADPro should reserve. 
Providing there is enough memory, you 
can also save your image to a temporary 
RAM buffer, which saxes you a lot of fid- 
dling about when il comes io ihose uick\ 
compositions. 

The only real competitor to this new 
version ol ADPro is GVP's ImafpFX, but the 
two programs have a rather different 
approach to their task. ImugeFX was 
designed for a similar purpose, but uses a 
rather more visual approach. /mtigrl-'X also 
allows many operations to be performed 
direct to the image, in a paint package- 
six Ir ol interface. 

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- in HAM mode. It will load HAMS and 24- 

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ALMOST ALL AMIGA iwnm 

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And a great idea it was too, because noth- 
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than .i good painl program. 

With the advent of AGA graphics there 
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loim, it has borrowed heavily from the 
i*( world where, thanks to VGA and SVGA 
graphic cards, these formats have been 
a i mind forvears. 

As well as the Amiga standard IFF pro- 
tocol, vou can also load and save images in 
(.IF and PCX format. In fact, if you have a 
Workbench 3.0 Amiga, you « an potentialh 
load images in any formal became PPaint 
makes use of the new datatypes. 

By taking the file format out of the 
programs thcmselus. and making them 
separate loaders and HVCIB, Commodore 
have made things a lot easier for program- 
mers. A JPEG loader datat\pe is supplied 
with PPaint which means any JPKCi image 
can be loaded directlv. The same goes for 
BMP lilev and the Public Domain libraries 
are steadilv increasing the number of 
datatypes available. 

With version four of PPaint, all the 

new features are under the surface, but are 
powerful nevertheless. The most interest- 
ing one is the support lor external video 
cards such as the I'uawo ,\\u\ Retina which 
operate a retargetable graphics system. 

Ihluxe Paint would quite cheerfully fall 
over at this point, but PPaint keeps on 
trucking because it opens screens using a 
proper requester and knows when not to 
use the Blitter 

The input and conversion of 24-bit 
images is matched with PPatnt's ability to 
OUtpul them, either to a printer or some 
other PostScript-compatible device. All of 
the features normally associated with desk- 
top publishing programs arc present, 
including under colour removal and 
gamma correction. 

It your printer is an HP DeskJet 550C 
you're in luck because PPaint comes with a 
special printer drivel to get the most from 
this excellent piece of hardware. 

The rest of PPaint 4 remains the same 
as earlier versions. It's basically a clone of 
Deluxe Paint, with all the standard drawing 
and brush manipulation features. Some 
things are slightlv better (such as the 
spline cunt tool) and some things are 
slightly worse (such as the palette and 
i.mge requester). 

If you made a list ol PPaint' s features 
vou would notice that two are missing: ani- 
mation and HAM support Their absence 
is a rather interesting design decision, and 
it is »lear that if thev had been included 
I'l'mnt would be an entirely different pro- 
gram, but not necesvuiK a hetiei one. 

In its present form PPaint is a curious 
mixture of Deluxe Paint and the Pixblate 
image processing program. The use of reg- 
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reduction options, pixel counting and 
si reen grabbing lead me to believe that 
this is a package aimed at capturing the 
niche market of Amiga programmers. The 
ability to output images in C source code 
format is the real giveaway, but what was 
the reasoning behind the decision not to 



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provide ARexx support 10 automate 

lengthy processes? II you compare PPainl 
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looking very plain and simple. Similarly. 
Deluxe Paint ACA will easily grind PPaint 
into the dust in any comparison chart. 

However, with its PC-image format 
support and use of Workbench 3.0 
datatypes, which is at present, unique, 
PPaint is a lot more serious. 

In fact for Assembler, C AMOS or Blitz 
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not least because it is available at this very 
reasonable price. 

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ACCESSIBILITY 

Remember the keyboard and menu 
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can work PPaint. 



What PPaint lacks in arty features, it 
very nearly makes up for with its 
technical abilities. 

VALUE 

Well-priced to encourage new AGA 
owners to see the difference 256 

colours can make. 



VERDICT 



LOADING TIMEZZZZZ 

Choosing the best 256 colours in which to display an 
image is difficult. Think about it - you're supplied with 
an image containing colours from a possible palette of 
16 million different shades. How can you possibly pick 
the best? 

This is a programming problem which has brought 
forward all sorts of ingenious solutions involving every- 
thing from Octree data structures to bisecting 3D 
Colour cubes - in other words, lots and lots of program- 
ming terms and dodgy maths. 

The important thing is that it can be done. Deluxe 
Paint does it ImageFX does it AdPro does it - heck even 
I have written a program to do it. So tell me, why does 
PPaint take so flipping long to do It? 

I loaded the same 256 by 320 24-bit image into sev- 
eral different programs. As you can see from the graph 
on the right on an A4000/030 Amiga DPaint took about 
22 seconds to make its choices whereas PPaint took 
more than six minutes. Simply put this is far too long 
and puts a great stress on PPainfs abilities to handle 
large fifes. In fact the quickest way to get a 24-bit or 



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utes to do what DPaint can achieve in 20 seconds. 

HAM8 picture into PPaint is to load it into another pro- 
gram, display it there, and then use PPainfs screen * 
grabbing facilities. 



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British Amiga users have long 

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John Allardice gets excited... 



IT IS SEVERAL vr.m since word 

stalled tu drift across The Pond about a 
revolutionary Amiga peripheral - the now 
legendary Video Toaster. 

Legendary in the States anyway 
because, at ihe last count, one in every 10 
Amiga users is now what's known as a 
Toaster Guy (I don't actually know if there 
is smli a thing as a Toaster Gal, but there 
should be). 

Considering the less than stupendous 
performance of the Amiga Stateside, cou- 
pled with the Toaster's large user base. 1 
don't think it would be sacrilegious to sug- 
gest that just perhaps a non-Commodore 
product has been keeping the Amiga 
afloat in the New World. 

The reason for the success of the 
Toaster is simple: its vision-mixing capabili- 
ties are second to none for the price. This. 
coupled with the huge amount of regional 
broadcast and cable TV companies in ihe 
States, pretty much guaranteed its success. 

One major point has not been men- 
tioned, however. Since its release in 1987. 
the Toaster has been bundled with a 
steadily evolving piece of software that has 
now readied a level of excellence which 
makes it worthwhile shelling out for the 
whole Toaster card just to get it. This is. of 
course, the Toaster-specific 3D animation 
package. Lightwave. Toaster-specific, tiiat 
is. until now. 

Towards the end of last vear advertise- 
ments stated appearing in the Amiga press 
in the Suites for a Toaster emulator known 
as Lightrave. This is a little software patch 
and dongle that slips into your system ,\m\ 
convinces Lightwave thai you have two 
grands' worth of Toaster card installed. 

h was originally developed to save on 
costs for Toaster-based render-farms (a 
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ondary machines now no longer needed to 
have the whole Toaster installed. 

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be run on - pause for thought, fanfare and 
angel chorus - a PAL or NTSC Amiga. 

Now, before you all start scrabbling to 
pull out your wallets, it is the most expen- 
sive piece of software available for the 
Amiga. With the Lightwave/ Lighlrave com- 
bination coming in at £799. it is going Co 
be pretty much out of reach of regular 
users, although I'm sure die-hard 3D 
enthusiasts all over the country will be 




Light 



deciding which of their internal organs 
they could manage best without. 

With price and expectancy so high, 
can specific software combinations ever 
live up to it? Well, quite frankly, yes! 

But let's get one thing straight right 
away, the Lightxoave/ Lighlrave combination 
is not perfect, I haven't actually found any- 
thing wrong with it yei, but nothing can be 
absolutely perfect, can it? Let's see. 

Firstly, the installation. Now, I think 
I've been somewhat fortunate in that I 
already had Lightxoave on my system, so the 
memories of installing those 45 disks is 
dulled by time and now only causes the 
occasional involuntary twitch. 



Layout is easy to use 

and has the sort of 

response time that you 

might dream about. If 

you dream about 

those kind of things. 

Rendering preferences 

in Lightrave are 

controlled via the 

Camera requester. The 

analogy with film 

making is carried as 

far as selecting the 

type of film to use. 



The installation process is long and 
laborious, but it \ou are not actually 
expecting the software to run on a Toaster 
card, it is greatly simplified. For instance. 
after having installed your 110Mb of soft- 
ware, you am then go back and delete 95 
per cent of it leaving yourself with a 3D 
drawer plus your relevant (FP or non-FP) 
versions of Lightwave unci Model/or. 

After that, just insert the dongle. drop 
the software into your Toaster drawer and 
click on your shiny new Lightrave icon. 

It duly presents you with the Lighlrave 
control screen, which is nodiing much 
more than a choice of display devices. Just 
click on your chosen display style (any- 
thing from a non-AGA Amiga right up to a 
Firecracker board) and then hit Enter. 

You are now presented with a fairly 
simple-looking display: ihe Lightwave 
Layout screen. The first thing that will 
probably you notice about Layout is the 





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The Modeller function has undergone almost 200 alterations, which have 
transformed it into a hugely powerful feature of the program. 









Staging and animat- 
ing large scenes like 
this is a doddle with 
Lightwave. The whole 
package is geared 
towards the animator, 
and many of the 
examples use space 
scenes to teach the 
use of the package. 




response time... zero. Just move your 
mouse over the main screen, hold down 
the left button and Voila! You are flying, 
twisting, rotating above, below or through 
the Stage Grid, and what you can do for 
your view you can do for anything, objects, 
cameras, lights, whatever. 

As far as objects are concerned, a 
quick glance thought the File Requester 
reveals a bewildering collection of ready- 
made objects - some 1 70 in lotal - ranging 
from butterflies to Boeing 747s, park 
benches and an exact replica of a star field 
as viewed from the Earth. 

To animate any of these myriad objects 
simpl\ load it into vour Stage Krlilor, make 
sure the Object button is highlighted in 
the Etlii section on the left and hit F.nter. 

This, as a little note informs you. has 
just created a keyframe. Then simply scroll 
on to a later frame with the bar along the 
bottom, reposition your object and hit 
Enter again. 

As you scroll back down to your Fust 
frame you will see that all the tweening 
(lite calculation of object positions 
between keyframes) has already been 
done, and in realtime. Thai's it, you've set 
up an animation - from entering the pro- 
gramme for the first time it takes around 



Effects that are very 
difficult, or even 
impossible in other 3D 
packages, are just a 
button press away in 
Lightwave. Motion 
blur, particle blur, 
lens flare. The list may 
not be endless, but 
it's long enough to 
make most 3D fans 
weak at the knees- 



five minutes. Now, to reallv convince vour- 
self that you're brilliant go down lo the 
Preview button, select Make Preview and 
then Wireframe, sit back while it calculates 
for a minute, and when ii presents you 
with a set of \ideo recorder-style controls, 
hit Play. 

Your wireframe animation now whizzes 
about of its own accord and you feel like a 
serious animator. 

I have a soft spot for a couple of other 
animation systems on the Amiga. 1 mean 
you always like the one you first learned 
on, don't you? Bui 1 haven't found a sys- 
tem, on this or any other platform, that 
can hold a candle to Lightwave. 

Lightrave is so intuitive that you 
hardlv ever have to use the manual, unless 
you are looking for a specific effect, in 
which case the 200 page tome really comes 
into iis own, covering almost any combina- 
tion of effects, cheats, whatever. It is 
d( ■finitrh one <if (lit- Iksi laul-mit, e;isv-to- 
follow and thoroughly comprehensive 
documents I've seen for any program. 

One aspect of Lightwave that everyone 
ignores is Layout's companion program 
Modeller, In previous versions of Lightwmr, 
this was because it was best left ignored. I 
had even heard of people who modelled 
<m Imagine and then transferred ovei with 
i program such as PixelI*ro or Interchange. 
I his is no longer the case. 

With version three of Lightwave, 
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and updates turning it from a very poor 
relation into a program of almost equal 
standing to Layout. 

Its screen will seem very familiar to 
anyone used to Imagine'* Detail Editor, but 
it operates on an entirelv different wave- 
length. Modeller is based on the idea of 
layers a little reminiscent of Imagine's con- 
cept of objects and groups, but, in this 
case, the layers are more like 'sub-objects" 
in that one completed object can be built 
up from many layers, each layer having its 
own set of attributes. 

Willi this system you could, theoreti- 
cally, give an object an unlimited number 
of surface attributes. Couple diis with 
Layout's extensive mapping options and 
the detail possible with Lightwave is pretty 
much limitless. 



The one thing thai everyone remem- 
bers about Lightwave is the Lens Flares an 
interesting little sub-routine that recreates 
the glows and streaks that we naturally see 

around a bright light source. Il even emu- 
lates ihe elliptical rings we are familiar 
with from spotlights in films. 

It is little touches like this ihat make 
Lightwave a definite choice for ihe profes- 
sional market and pretty much the 
enthusiast's dream machine. 

The only possible complaint that I 
could level up till now was Ligfitwaves 
inability to handle the PAL screen resolu- 
tions. This problem is now a thing of the 
past, because this Lightrave revision 
includes a small software patch to enable 
Lightwave to render to all of your favourite 
screen resolutions. 




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IF THERE IS ONE area in which 
the Amiga excels it is graphics and multi- 
media - it really is up (here with the best 
of them. 

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images on our screens, bin there is an 
almost bewildering array of methods for 
playing them back. 

There is the standard anim format, 
which has two versions currently in use, 
several rendering packages have their own 
individual animation player - Real 3D*& 
Deliaplay being an excellent example - 
and almost every 24-bit display card has 
some bespoke animation format Then 
there are the multimedia packages such as 
Scald which will crush and display IFFs at a 
frightening I v fast rate. 

Into this area comes a piece of soft- 



Clarissa employs a 
fashionable 'open 
windows' style of 
user interface. Each 
section of the pro- 
gram opens a new 
window so you can 
quickly set things up 
in the way you want. 



A standard IFF 
animation is a series 
of complete frames, 
but an FFA animation 
combines consecutive 
pairs of images by 
interleaving them 
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It might look terribly complicated, but the full on-line help and idiot- 
proof requesters makes life easy. 



ware (hat manages to conic up with some- 
thing almost entirely unheard of outside 
ihe 24-bit formats - an animation system 
which allows a change pallet from one 
frame to the next. No( only that, but it 
locks your playback to 25 dps. which 
means that finally all you budding Imagine 
users out there can work to the Standard 
video playback speed. 

The reason behind Clarissas locked 
speed is the very thing thai makes it spe- 
cial, the SSA (Super Smooth Animation) 
format it uses, makes use of the standard 
broadcast method of transmitting pictures, 
basically it cheats. 

What Clarissa does, essentially, is to 
lake an interbased IFF picture (don't 
worn' if your stuff isn't 'laced'. Clarissa will 
do that for you) and chuck half of it away. 
even' odd line, then on your next frame it 
does the same with every even line which 
effectively halves the amount of infoinia- 

m 

(ion i( has to deal with. Following that, it 
quite easily, locks the playback of (best- 
individual half-pictures (or fields) to your 
display spread which, in PAL countries, is a 
standard 50Hz. Clarissa reallv does deserve 
the name SSA. 

Those who are good with memories 
might remember this SSA format appear- 
ing before - several years ago we reviewed 
ProDAD's video effects software Adorage 
which used SSA as its own proprietary play- 
back format. 

Clarissa is more than just an animation 
player, however. It has some of the most 
comprehensive animation editing facilities 
I've ever seen. On opening the package 
yon are bound to be somewhat daunted by 
the bewildering display of control panels 
and menus (hat flash up before you. But 
after just a short while playing with them 
you quickly adjust to the layout. 

Basically. Clarissa allows you to load in 
four separate animation sequences into 
iis source buffers (A-U) where you can 
muck about with timings, pallet adjust- 
ments, fades, and other features. Then you 
can load whatever you do, or don't want, 
down to die motor buffer for playback, 
cutting back and forth between the sources 
as you please. 

If you're wondering how these four 
sources will fit into your memory - don't. 
Clarissa has a virtual memory system which 
basic ally enables you to edit anything that 
can lit on to your hard drive. If only ii used 
(hat for playback - well we can dream, can't 
we? That being said, the SSA formal 

doesn't seem incredibly memory-intensive. 

However, I'm probably not the best person 
to talk to regarding memory use - I've got 
18Mb of RAM installed on mv machine. 

As far as inputting images is concerned, 
it's laughably easy. Clarissa will accept 
single frames, scenes of IFFs, ANIM "> files. 
Digitised Yluib sequences, Adfho 

sequences, in fact, almost any type 
of image you can think of All of it can 
(hen be cut, crunched and pushed oui 
a( video speed. This program is definitely 
a recommended addition to anv anima- 
tor's software. 1? 




It converts images surprisingly 
quickly, and the locked playback is 
superb in action. 



Passable, but a bit of trial and error 
is necessary in order to get the best 
results out of your work. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Looks far more complicated than it 
actually is. Once you've broken the 
surface, it gets easier. 



A good range of animation editing 
features, a screen grabber to capture 
images from multitasking programs, 
and good palette controls. 

It's fast and powerful, but for this 
sort of money a better manual would 
have been nice. 



VERDICT 



66 Unless you're 
running an animation 
through a 24-bit card, 
this is as smooth as 
you are going to get. 
If you work with 
animations, particu- 
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200MB with controller .^iK*^!^... £299 

250MB with cortrdb^^il^. £319 

340MB wiih^QM^:. £339 

420MB^i#OJffr £369 



Hard drive for A1500, A2000, 

A3000 and A4000 (Spec as 

above) 

Controller only £89 

65MB with controller £209 

85MB with controller £249 

1 20MB with controller £279 

200MB with controller £299 

250MB with controller £319 

340MB with controller £339 

420MB with controller £369 

540MB with controller £399 

New Oktagon 4008 SCSI-2 con- 
troller with up to 8MB upgrade- 
able for A1500, A2000, A3000+ 
now A4000 

Controller only £99 

1 70MB with controller £299 

340MB £349 

540MB £549 

l .2 G-Byte £899 

2.0G-Byte £1599 

4.0G-Byte £2499 



T J]JT 

Amiga A4000/040 + 
Hard drive 

85MB 2+4RAM £1895 

120MB 2+4RAM £1919 

200MB 2+4RAM £1939 

250MB 2+4RAM £1979 

340MB 2+4RAM £2069 

420MB 2+4RAM £2149 

540MB 2+4RAM £2299 

Amiga A4000/030+ 
Hard drive 

85MB 1 + 1RAM £899 

130MB HIRAM £969 

200MB 1+1 RAM £999 

250MB 1+1 RAM £1039 

340MB 1 + 1RAM £1099 

426MB 1+1RAM £1199 

540MB 1 + 1RAM £1299 

Amiga A1200 Computers 

A1200 £285 

A1200 + 40MB £385 

A1200 + 65MB £440 

A1200 + 85MB £465 

Al 200+ 127MB £490 

A1200 + 209MB £540 

Desktop Dynamite pack for 
above please add £40 

Amiga CD32 Console CD32 with 
four Games £289 

Commodore 1942 ... £339 

Commodore 1940 £289 

Commodore 1085 £199 

Microvitec Multisync £389 

SVGA Monitor £199 

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Hewlett Packard 

HP 310 £239 

HP 500 Colour £299 

HP 550 Colour £479 

HP 1200 Colour £1399 

HP 4 Loser Printer 3599 

Citizen 

Swift 90 Colour £159 

Swift 200 Colour £200 

Swift 240 Colour £249 

ProJetll £250 

Seikosha 

SP 1900 £124.99 

SP2400 £154 

£154 



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SL90... 

SL95 £295 

Star 

LC20 £129 

LC 100 Colour £149 

LC200 £199 

LC 24-30 Colour £229 

LC 24-300 £299 

SJ 48 BubbleJet £205 

Fargo 



Primero Printer 



* 



......£819 



Amitek3.5 n £58 

Power 3.5" £53 

Cumano3.5" £58 



PICASSO II 



1MB version £289 

2MB version £325 



HARD DRIVES 



2.5" Internal Hard drives for 
A600 and A1200 

40MB £119 

65MB., £139 



85MB 







.£149 



120MB £209 

170MB £269 

209MB £329 

All with 2.5' IDE Cobles 




TANDEM CD-ROM CONTROLLER 

FOR A1500 A2000 A3000 

AND A40000 

Supports Mitsumi Lu005 or FX 001 1 D 

CD Rom Drive 

Includes "PloyCD" utility for audio 

operation 
* Complete online documentation 

Compatible with workbench3.1 cd file 

Svstem Babel CDFS ASIM CD-ROM 

filesystem and single photo CDs 

Supports most IDE hard drives 

TANDEM £69 

TANDEM + CD ROM £269 



CDTV ADD ON 



FOR A500 or A500+ 




A570 



.£99 



MULTIFACE CARD 3 



Multi I/O card for Amiga A1500 

A2000 A3000 or A4000 

2 additional serial ports and 1 

parallel port £99 




ALFADATA 

256 Greyscale Scanners for 

A500 A500+ A600 A1200 

A1500 A2000 A3000 

new A4000 

AD 1 05 with Touch up 

and merge it software £1 19.95 

AD 105+ with Touch up 

and merge it and OCR Software £169 

(AD 105+ require 2MB RAM ad hard drive) 

ALFA COLOUR 

256K 1 8 bit colour scanner for all 

Amiga system AD 105C £339 

MIGRAPH COLOUR BURST 

2621 44 colour scanner with OCR £389 

POWER SCANNERS 

Power Scanner 4 (mono) £1 19 

Power Scanner 4 (colour) £239 

Power Scanner 4 + OCR £1 59 

Power Scanner 3 £99 

EPSON 

Epson GT6500 power scan £699 

Epson GT6500ASDG £789 

Epson GT8000 power scan £1199 

Epson GT8000ASDG £1298 




40MHZ A1230/OMBRAM 

FORA1200 £235 

40MHZ A1230/4MBRAM 

FOR A! 200 £349 

50MHZ Al 230 II 40MB RAM 

FOR Al 200 £369 

50MHZ Al 230 II 4MB RAM 

FORA1200 £569 

SCSI Module £79 



MICE AND 
TRACKBALL 



ALFADATA 290 DPI mouse £9.99 

ALFADATA 400 DPI mouse £13.95 

ALFADATA optical mouse £29.99 

ALFADATA optical Pen mouse £34.95 

ALFADATA crystal trackball £29.95 

GASTEINER 400 DPI mouse £14.95 

Low Cost Mouse ......£8 




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Dust Covers £6 

Disk Boxes from £5 

Monitor Stand £10 

Real Time Clock Al 200 £15 

Scart Cables £10 

Printer Cables £5 

Modem Cables £8 

Null Cobles £8 

SCSI Cables £8 

2.5" IDE Cable £10 

2.5" to 3.5" Cable £15 

Auto mouse/ Joystick Switch £12.99 

Philips 8833 II Cable £10 

Branded disc (10) £5 

3.5" internal drive for Amiga A500 £49 

3.5" internal drive for A600 £79 



POWER 
SUPPLY 



A500 - Al 200 PSU £34.95 

A2000 £79.95 



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NEW NEW NEW 

SPECIAL 



Disk Expander for HD 

and floppies £35 

GIGA MEM Virtual memory 

for all Amigas with MMU £39.99 



Repair Service 
New service centre lor most Amiga computers. 
We offer a quotation service of £10 for which we 
will examine your computer and report back 
with an exact quotation price for the repair. If 
the repair is carried out the £10 is then deducted 
from your bill. 



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All aspects of 
installing and setting 
up the ABC printer 
are covered in this 

well-illustrated and 
excellent on-line 
manual. 




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Included with the printer is a version of the 
excellent TurboPrint software, which allows 
you to greatly enhance your printouts. 



Citizen's latest printer tries to take the 

grief out of getting your work on to the 

page. Richard Baguley investigates... 




GIVEN THE NUMBER of calls 

we gel about primers, ii's fairly obvious 
thai there is still a great amount of confu- 
sion over their installation and use. 

Unfortunately, the manuals supplied 
by Commodore don't help, and most 
primer manufacturer manuals don't even 
mention Amigas. So. is there any hope for 
the computer-user who doesn't want to 
print from an inferior machine? 

Citizen's latest offering for the low-end 
of the printer market tackles this problem 
in an unusual way, and its biggest selling 
point is the approach to installing and set- 
ting up the printer. Instead of a complex 
and unreadable manual, details about how 
to set up the printer are covered in a set- 
up program which comes on disk. 

The disk also contains a program to 
control aspects such as the font and print 
density, and a cut-down version of the 
print enhancement program TurboPrint, 
which improves the quality ol the output 
by allowing von to alter the dither pattern, 
gamma and colour correction. 

The software Slavs in memory and 
replaces the Workbench driver, which 



You can control aspects 
of your printer such as 
the font and point size 
with the included con- 
trol software. 




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means that software printing through this 
will have no problem with this program. 

This approach makes installing the 
printer a dream, even for someboch who 
has never done anything like it before. 
Instead of having to dig through a lire- 
some manual to find which Oil* settings to 
change, the software presents you with a 
digitised image of the printer on-screen, 
showing where all of the various bits are, 
and what you should plug in where. 

Because the manual is on-line you may 
be tempted to plug the printer into the 
Amiga while it is switched on. Don't As 
with all other printers you must never plug 
in or remove cables from any of the pons 
without first switching oil your system. 

The printer itself does not look partic- 
ularly impressive. There are only two 
buttons on the front, and at the rear [here 
is a single sheet feeder which ran hold up 
lo 50 sheets of Al. although you can also 
use continuous computer paper. 

The print qualit) is not outstanding, 
but you can get good results with some 
judicious fiddling with TurboPrint. 1 can't 
really give any concrete guidelines on this, 
because the changes you need lo make 
depend on what you are printing. Beware 
that printing involves a high-pitched whin- 
ing noise, even with the covet closed. 

I his printer is not suitable for printing 
a lot of text and it doesn't give high print 
quality. But, if you are looking for an easy- 
to-use printer you can't go far wrong with 
it. The ABC printer hasn't shaken nn 
belief that the days of dot matrix printing 
are numbered, but it is a good, cheap 
printer for the beginner. 1? 




DESCRIPTION 

9-pin dot matrix printer 

MANUFACTURER 

Citizen 



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Citizen 0753 584111 

PRICE 

£222 plus £29.36 for colour kit 



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It's certainly not going to win any 
prizes for speed, but it's no slouch. 
Average and acceptable. 

MANUAL 

The printed offering is pretty thin, 
but the on-line manual is excellent 
and covers all aspects of the printer. 



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process of installing and starting the 
printer is extremely simple. 



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A rather basic 9-pin printer with no 
bells or whistles, although the print 
quality is perfectly acceptable. 



It's certainly aimed at the lower end 
of the market, and the price com- 
pares well with similar models. 



VERDICT 



** Although the print 
quality is not brilliant, 
this is still a good 
choice for the beginner 
or inexperienced user. 
The on-line manual and 
start-up instructions 
are big points in the 
ABC printer's favour. 




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of Hampshire established 8 years 



Printers 



Canon BJC-600 



New J*£ 



£423+vm 

£497.02 

360dpl InkJet printer. Visit out showrooms 
compolr Canon/€pson/HP/Star 



Conon Inkjets 

6xc Inc 

VflT VflT 

BJlOsx 360dpl £159 £186.83 

BJ200 inc Sheet feed £239 £280.83 

BJ230 wide carriage £285 £334.88 

BJ300 360dpi £329 £386.58 

BJ330 wide carriage £379 £445.33 

QJC800 fast & colour £1219 £1432.33 



fill Citizen printers have 
a 2 {/ear warranty 



Citizen 

120D+9plnMono 
Swift 90 9pinMon 
SuJift 90 9pln Colour 
StUift 200 24pln Mono 
SuJift 200 24pin Colour 
SuJift 240 24pin Mono 
Swift 240 24pln Colour 
New Citizen Projet II 
PN48 Portable 

Notebook 2 coi. port 



(-ixc 
VflT 

£96 
£126 
£136 
£156 
£166 
£174 
£196 
£203 
£189 
£235 



inc 
VflT 

£112.80 
£148.05 
£159.80 
£183.50 
£195.05 
£204.45 
£230.30 
£238.53 
£222.08 
£276. 1 3 




flmigas 



R600 



HP Deskjets 

300dpl. mono or colour. €xc Inc 
Laser quality print VflT VflT 

Deskjet Portable mono £165 £193.88 
Deskjet 510 mono 
Deskjet SO0C colour 
Deskjet 550C colour- 
Deskjet 1 200C colour 
Deskjet 310 mono 
Colour kit for 310 

*550C has Colour & black cartridges 
resident at the same time. 
All deskjet prices Include 3 year warranty 



£197 £231.48 
£258 £303.15 
£389 £457.08 
£981 £1152.68 
£169 £198.58 
£30 £35.25 



flmigas Counter 
sales onlu 



floOO Wild Weird & W. pk £.1 89 
floOO Hd 20Mb €pic pack £.269 



Zool pack R600/R1 200 add £1 4 



ni200 



flmigas Counter 
sales onlu 



5x faster. Workbench v3. 2M ram. 
Custom graphic 256K col. from 1 6.7M 

Software Pack 
ftl200 C. fl D 

NoHd £289 £319 

80M Hd £489 £529 

120MHd £519 £559 

1 70M Hd £559 £589 

Key to Software packs: 

C - Comic Relief 

fl - Race & Chase 

D - Desktop Dynamite N€W 



New HP ££" 



New 



Citizen ABC 



fl new 24pln Citizen printer 
with optional colour 

ABC 24pinMono £124 £145.70 

ABC 24pin Colour £144 £169.20 



Stylus 800 



New fig» 

/„.. Inkjet 
tpSOil Printer 



360dpi 

escape P2 

compat. 

£191+vrt 

£224.43 



€pson 



UC100 9pin+SheetFd 
CC400 9pinMono 
1X850 9plnMono 
LQ570+ 24plnMono 
Stylus 300 Inkjet 
Stylus 1 000 Inkjet A3 
€PL5000 6ppm Loser 
6PL5200 6ppm Laser 
6PL8100 lOppm Loser 



Cxc 

VflT 

£109 
£94 
£139 
£199 
£156 
£353 
£439 
£495 
£699 



Inc 

VflT 

£128.08 
£110.45 
£163.33 
£233.83 
£183.30 
£414.78 
£515.83 
£581.63 
£821.33 



Panasonic KXP1123 

Probably Che best £4ptn £ 1 3 1 +VRT 
mono printer available, £1 53.93 



Panasonic ™ T 

KXP1170 9plnMono £95 

KXP2180C 9pln Colour £139 
KXP2123C 24plnCotour £158 
KXP2023 24pin printer £135 
KXP2624 24pln printer £268 
KXP4400 4ppmL€D £375 
KXP4410 5ppm Loser £429 
KXP4430 5ppm Laser £529 
KXP4440 llppmPS £769 
KXP4500 4ppmPScl€D £615 



Inc 
VflT 

£111.63 

£163.33 
£185.65 
£158.63 
£314.90 
£440.63 
£504.08 
£621.58 
£903.58 
£722.63 



Sheet Feeders ^ 

Canon 6J1 scries £44 

Citizen Swift range £67 

HP DeskJet 310" £46 

Star LC ronqe £51 

Panasonic KXP range £72 



Inc 

VflT 

£51.70 
£78.73 

£54.05 
£59.93 

£84.60 



Printer 



Deskjet 3 1 0C 

300dpl optional colour Inkjet printer. 

310 Mono £169+VAT £198.58 
310C Colour £199+VAT £233.83 

Prices Include 3 years warranty 

HP Lasers gf & 

Laserjet 41 4ppmPCL5 £469 £551.08 
Laserjet 4P 4ppm PS2 £737 £865.98 
Laserjet 4ML 4ppm4M £755 £887.13 
Laserjet 4MP 6M PS2 £1047 £1230.23 

Stor ec ,nc 

■^^XrfH VflT VflT 

LC2420 mk2 24pln £166 £195.05 

LC24100 Mono24pln £136 £159.80 

LC24200 Colour 24pln £195 £229.13 

LC24-30 Colour 24pln £187 £219.73 

LC24-300 Colour 24pln £235 £276.13 

StarSJ48 Inkjet £165 £193.88 

StarlC100 fcll8+VflT 

9pln colour £138.65 

Star SJ- 144 

£345 + vat 

£405.38 
360dpl thermal (suitable for transfers) 

Dust Covers 

For Printers, Monitors, Computers 
most types In stock f^ £470 

Ink Refills 

BJlOtiuin refill varolus colours 15.90 

Deskjet tuiln refill various colours 1 5.90 

(We stock 200 types of ribbons) 

Printer Packs 

R starter pack for oil printers consisting of 
printer paper ond o connection coble costs 

Only £5 (£5.86 Inc VflT) 

A stand Is an additional £5.00 *vrt 

Citizen's Print Manager 

These advanced printer drivers transform 
colour printout's to laser type Quality 

Version 1 (224 & 246) £5 

Version 2 (Swift scries 2) £10 

Printer Drivers 

Canon 8J-1 Oe/ex £5 

Deskjet Colour £5 

Primer Drivers are 1 /2 price with printers 



New ££" 



Printer 



All flmigas have Commodore 
Hard Disks with CBM on-site. 



Amiga R4000 

4000/030 2M 4AA 6M 
80M Hd Phone for price 

120MHd 009 1099 1149 
214MHd 1049 1149 1199 
R4000/040 6Mram 1 £0MHd 1 91 9 



Upgrades 



R500 0.5-lMram +clock .... £24.90 

R500 0.5-lMram no clock ... £19.90 

R500+ IMram +clock £44.50 

R600 CBM 1 Mram no clock £29.90 

Rl 200 2M ram (No FPU) £1 29.00 

R1200 4Mram(NoFPU) £199.00 

R4000 4M Slmm (1M x 32blt) £1 59.00 



Floppy Drives 



Cumana cfiX354 



While stocks last 



£52.90 



New 



Roctec/Zappo 



fill Rmlgas R500-R1200 £56.90 



New 



flmiteklM 

RmiaasR500-R1200 £56.90 



Hard Drives 



A500 GVP HD8+ 

40Mb Hard Disk £189 

80Mb Hard Disk £289 

120Mb Hard Disk £385 

40Mb A530 Combo £389 

80Mb A530 Combo £489 

1 20Mb A530 Combo £585 

A 1500 

40Mb Hard Disk £189 

80Mb Hard Disk £289 

120Mb Hard Disk £385 

Controller (no disk) £1 1 9 

GVP ram £45.82 per 1Mb 

GvPPCenufator £95 

286 16MHz emulator for HD8+mS3Q 



Workstation 



€xpansion System 

Monitor stand with shelf for drives etc. 
Strong metal construction mode from 
14SOJG steel epory coated. No Cables or 
mouse ore Included. 

Special price £27.50 



Monitors 



Commodore 

Multiscan 

1942 £344 l £gS?2t 

5x 1940 avalloble £269 



Commodore 1 084S 

14* Stereo Colour Monitor 
0.42mm. Medium Resolution 



£199 

with coble 



£195 

without cobte 



Accessories 



3M Joystick/Mouse leod £3.75 

R500 Printer cable £7.95 

Modulator/Disk €xtenslon £1 0.95 

23way Pluq or socket £2.95 

Computer Dust Cover £4.70 

Type Through Covers £1 7.50 

Mouse Mat (thick soft type) £4.95 

Mouse House £2.95 

1M Internal 3.5" drive £49.00 

R500 replacement PSU £39.00 

The N€UJ 1200 Rocgen Plus £165.00 

Disc LUallet for 32 disks £7.95 

Rmltek 1M 3.5" €xt. Floppy £56.90 

Vldl Rmlga ( 1 2) R€RL TWK £1 75.00 

360K 5.25" R2000 floppy £29.00 

R2000 New but limited stock £269.00 

CD32 with new 4 games s/uj £269.00 

Mouse/Joystick Rutosujltch £1 2.95 



Mice 



Golden Image Mouse 1 2.90 

Genius Happy Mouse 1 2.90 

Manhattan Mouse 1 3.90 

Naksha Mouse 15.90 



SONY 

oisnems 

SONV branded 

(lifetime warranty-) 

( 1 00% certified error free) 



lOx 3.5" DS/DD 135tpl 
50x 3.5" DS/DD 135tpl 
100x3.5" DS/DD 135tpi ... 
250x3.5" DS/DD 135tpl ... 



7.50 
32.30 
59.93 

141.00 



DISH€TT€5 

SONV/DVSilN bulk 

(lifetime warranty) 

(100% certified error Free) 

10x 3.5" DS/DD 135cpl 5.95 

50x 3.5" DS/DD 135cpi 21.66 

100x3.5" DS/DD 135cpl 39.60 

250x3.5" DS/DD 135tpl 94.88 

40 x 3.5" Disk box with lock 5.49 

50 x 3.5" Disk box with lock 5.99 

100 x 3.5" Disk box with lock.... 7.50 
Carriage on 50-f disks £6.00*vrt £7.05 



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Toshiba 41 01 




An internal CD-ROM drive for 

your Amiga? well, why not? 

Nick veitch spins the discs. 



AROUND A DECADE ago the 

acior John Cleese appeared on TV and 
told everyone thai Philips had managed to 
squeeze an hour of music on to a silver 
beermat. In fact, Philips had done more 
than that, they had started a second infor- 
mation revolution. 

A few nights ago I watched a film on 
CD, and the other week I had my holiday 
snaps processed on to the same medium. 
Music, pictures, films, games, it all hap- 
pens on CD now, and if you don't happen 
to have a drive, you'll be left behind. 

First Computer are now supplying a 
5.25-inch internal CD-ROM and to use it 
the first thing you will need is a SCSI inter- 
face, a proper one. If you own an A2000 or 
A3000 you are laughing, because these 
come with built-in interfaces that work 
with this drive. If you don't, you may have 
a little difficulty. 

We found that the Oktagon controller 
and the Trifecta do not seem to be able to 
handle the full SCSI command set neces- 
sary to implement the CD drive. However, 
the A4091 (reviewed in this issue on page 
136) has no problems - which is odd as it 
seemed to have difficulties with everything 
else. First Computer Centre assure us that 
the drive works with GVP controllers, 
which means that quite a large number of 
people should be able to hook up without 
any problems. 

The mechanism itself will just about fit 
into the bay of an A 1500, A2000 or A4000. 
li is rather a tight fit, though. The A3000 
doesn't have a 5.25-inch bay, which is a bit 
unfortunate. 

The connecting cable comes out of the 
rear of the mechanism which means that it 
tends to push against the shielding around 





I remember when 
men were men and 
computers were com- 
puters. Now it's 
floppy this and CD 
that. You could do 
much worse than 
invest in the Toshiba 
4101 CD-ROM, above. 



the power supply unit. This can present 
problems if your IDC connector (the 
socket on the end of the ribbon cable used 
to connect devices to the SCSI controller) 
is of the large variety. Also, you will need a 
fairly long cable to connect the drive in 
the first place. The power supply can easily 
be drawn from one of the spare floppy 
power connectors. 

In use the drive is fine, but when eject- 
ing discs, the drawer only protrudes under 
its own power for about an inch - you have 
to drag it fully open by hand. This isn't a 
problem, and at least you don't have to fid- 
dle around with those nasty caddy things. 

The drive is supplied with a host of 
utilities and a very friendly install program. 




m Music, picture, films, games, It all happens on CD now 
and, if you don't have a drive, you'll be left behind." 



which is jolly luckv because it is a bit of a 
pig to set up new devices on the Amiga. A 
CD handler is also included and the cor- 
rect mountlist entry or automounting file 
is created (depending on your version of 
Workbench). 

The utilities themselves are PD pro- 
grams which enable you to play audio CDs 
on the drive, either through the head- 
phone socket {at the front of the drive) or 
via the Amiga. Playing through the Amiga 
requires the computer to re-sample the 
studio, but you would be surprised at just 
how well even a relatively slow Amiga can 
handle this. 

Still, on the audio side of things there 
is another utility provided which can rip 
samples directly off the disc -jolly useful, 
but remember to ask the copyright owner's 
permission before using the sample in any 
distributed work. 

Owning a CD-ROM drive is the key to 
a new world of productivity. It's also a 
good way to impress your males. You could 
do worse than swap your money for this 
lovely device. 



Below is a PhotoCD 
image which was 
read from the drive 
and converted to an 
IFF using a PD utility. 




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Adequate documentation is supplied 
on the disc, but there is no manual 
explaining the hardware connections. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Could be a little tricky if you are 
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value r - 

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around £180, but it doesn't come 
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Worried about lack of memory. Join Nick 
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IF YOU WERE lucky enough lo gel 
Amiga Formal in April 1992 then you will be 
the lucky owner nf the Vista software. This 
was all right in its own little way, but it was 
followed by a much more exciting and 
powerful program, Vista Pro, Bigger, better 
and more powerful in even' way. Vista Pro 
unfortunately also required much more 
memory. Most Amiga owners don't have 
■1Mb of memory lo throw about, so the 
kind people at Virtual Labs have come up 
with a new, energy-saving version. 

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gives you an 
overhead view of 
the landscape. 



WHAT'S BEEN LOST 

To claw back 2.5Mb of memory some- 
thing had to be removed from this new 
version of Vista Pro. So what is not In 
the Lite software? 

For a start there is no support for 
any Arexx scripts. This isn't really a 
major loss, as it is still possible to cre- 
ate animations from Vista's own 
scripting feature. 

The losses which affect the resul- 
t images the most are the lack of 
ait support the loss of the fractal 
s feature and the lack of support 
tser-defined backdrops. It is also no 
er possible to save out images as 
oSilver objects, so users of Imagine 
on't be able to load generated land- 
scapes in for a bit of re-rendering. Bah. 





mately 1.5Mb of RAM, which, cunningly 
enough, means that this version will work 
fine on a bog standard A 1 200. Hurrah! 

But what does it do? Vista Pro /.///•gen- 
erates isometric projections (a 3D image 
displayed in two dimensions) of land- 
scapes, either from geological data or from 
a random seed number. The images can 
be customised by adding trees, lakes, 
rivers, snow, clouds in the background, 
stars and simulated heal haze. 

Once the landscape is loaded (or gen- 
erated if you use the fractal seed) vou can 
position the camera and the target point 
on an overhead map. The height of the 
camera and the target can be entered using 
die co-ordinates in the panel on the right. 

Vista Pro Lite supports all Amiga colour 
displays, from 16-colour up to and includ- 
ing HAMS, and you can render in image 
sizes from lo-res {320 x 256 pixels) up to hi- 
res interlaced (640 x 512 pixels) modes. 

Although the original was very much a 
program for people who liked typing in 
lots of numbers, Vista Lite includes a set of 
four presets for image quality, which saves 
fiddling about with Polygon Size and all 
that nonsense. You can still fiddle with all 
that if you so desire though. On the whole, 
most of the interesting features are as they 
were; the cuts haven't been too drastic. *£? 




Pretty fast but you really need an 
accelerated machine unless you are 
very patient. 



It's not overly helpful, but it does a 
good job of explaining what each 
button is there for. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

It's still quite confusing. The learning 
curve for finding your way around is 
a slow and winding one. 



Most of the features that are lost 
from the full version aren't that 
important to most users. 

VALUE 

At just a tad over the price of one of 
those nasty game things, this has to 
be a bargain. 



VERDICT 



ALL ABOUT DEMS 

A DEM is a Digital Elevation Model in co-ordinate 
form. The data is in the form of three dimensional 
co-ordinates which the Vista software can then ren- 
der into a three-dimensional image. 

The authors didn't enter all this data them- 
selves, though. In fact it comes from the US 
Geological Survey, the American equivalent of the 
UK's Ordinance Survey organisation. This is good 
news for Vista owners, because these guys have 
done surveys of many interesting landscapes, 
including parts of Mars. 

Unfortunately there are no examples of inter- 
esting UK locations - Glastonbury Tor, Snowden, 
Ben Nevis, Cave Hill - you will have to enter your 
own data for these I'm afraid. 



•* A feat of software 
engineering, now you 
can use Vista Pro 
without breaking the 
bank on extra RAM. 
Most of the features 
that are missing 
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anyway - unless you 
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upgraded software and a powerful new CueUst feature are the 
highlights of the most recent version of the Studio 16 sampler. 

Richard Baguley gets tuned in and turned on. 



THE NEXT TIME you go to the 

cinema or watch a video, stop for a 
moment and think about the soundtrack. 
Not the turgid Bryan Adams record that 
plays over the credits, but the various 
bangs, crashes and groans which create the 
atmosphere that makes a good film. 

I'sually sound effects are dubbed in 
later in the post-production process which, 
these days, is invariably done using digital 
rather than analogue sound to cut out the 
hisses and crackles. 

Studio 16 is designed for just such a 
purpose. It has already seen a lot of use in 
video, radio and multimedia production, 
and it's widely regarded as one of the best 
products for these purposes. Instead of 
storing ihe sample in memory (as most 
Amiga samplers do) Studio 16 records the 

sample direct to hard disk. 



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The Studio 16 hardware comes in two 
flavours: the AD516 and the AD II) 12. Both 
of these are Zorro 2 cards which fit any big 
box Amiga. The AD1012 is a 12-bit mono 
sampler, so the quality of its samples is not 
as good as those of the lb-bit AD516, and it 
can only play back four tracks at once if 
your hard disk is fast enough to cope. 

However, it costs less than half the 
price of the AD516. so if the CD-like qual- 
ity of 16-bit is not essential, the AD1012 is 
well worth considering. 

The AD516 can handle up to eight 
tracks at one time, although you will need 
a pretty fast hard disk and Amiga to cope 
with this. The sampling is carried out by 
two 16-bit digital-to-analogue converters, 
and is t>4 limes oversampling, with a distor- 
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available as the 12-bit 
AD1012, or the 16-bit 
AD516, shown here, 
which can handle up 
to eight tracks at any 
one time. 



studio 16 uses a mod- 
ular approach, with 
each of the different 
modules handling a 
different aspect of 
the program. 



frequency range of 15kH/ to 22kHz. What 
ibis technical gobbledygook boils down to 
is that the qualin of the samples is quite 
simply stunning, with absolutely no notice- 
able distortion. 

Both cards are based around a ADSP 
2105 Digital Signal Processor (DSP) which 
deals with the potentially messv business of 
mixing the signals. 

The software is modular, so you can 
load the various parts such as the recorder, 

mixer and (aieLisi separately. Each of 
these controls a specific aspect of the pro- 
gram, but most of the everyday bits can be 
handled from within three of the modules: 
the Recorder, Editor and CueList. 

You can sample at rates of between 5.5 
and 48kHz, which covers Compact Disc 
(4-1.1 kHz) and Digital Audio Tape 
(48kHz). Having used the Recorder to get 
the sounds into the system you can edit it 
in the Editor. From here you can chop or 
change the sample to remove errors or 
combine samples (although they do need 
to be at the same sample rale). 

The real heart of the software is the 
CueUst. Here you define what samples are 
played and when, so this is where you are 
likely to spend most of your time. For 
example, il you arc editing a pieee <>! Iihn 
to add the sound effects, you would sample 
in the voice track and place this on to two 
of the iracks (to give a stereo pair). 

You could then drop the sound effects 
samples on to the other tracks in sync with 
the voice track. Studio 16 can synchronise 
to a \ideo by using SMPTE time code. 



RATING YOUR RESOURCES 

The number of tracks and the sample rate you will 
be able to use with Studio 16 depends on the speed 
of your hard disk and the speed of your Amiga. 
Studio 16 can play back several different 
tracks simultaneously, but the number of tracks will 
also depend upon the speed of your hard disk, and 
particularly the seek time. The seek time reflects 
how long the head of the drive takes to move 
between the tracks of the drive, and so how long it 
will take to find a file. If you are playing several 
tracks simultaneously, the drive will need to be con- 
stantly moving between the files holding the data 



for each of the tracks. If you have a slow drive, it will 
simply not be able to keep up. There are no hard and fast 
rules to this, but if you are considering using Studio 16 in 
a professional environment, you you should consider 
buying a large, fast drive on which to store the samples. 
The speed of your Amiga will also have an influence, 
because playing back 16-bit samples involves moving a 
lot of data around. As a rough guideline, you will proba- 
bly only be able to play back five tracks with a 
68000-based Amiga (such as the A2000), but a 68030- 
based model (such as the A4000/030) should be able to 
handle eight tracks easily. 



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direct-to-disk sampler software, including 
screen colours and memory usage. 



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which is a signal encoded on 10 the video 
tape. Tins tells Studio 16 which frame you 
are on, so thai the video and sound can be 
kept in perfect sync, even if you skip back- 
wards and forwards. 

The CueList is extremely power! til but 
still very easy to use. To put in a sample, 
you just drag it from the list of samples on 
disk and drop it on to the appropriate 
track. If you want to move it to another 
time it's simple. Just click and drag to 
where you want it. If you're working from 
an edit list, you can specify the start and 
end times of the sample in SMPTK frames. 

Once you've finished your soundtrack 
you can record it on to video or even 
resample it to disk for use on a CD. The 
Digital Signal Processor is capable of play- 
ing back several tracks and sampling the 
output at the same time, so you can com- 
bine your three or more tracks to become 
two (for stereo) or one. with no hassle. 

However, there is one omission that 

would have been extremely useful - direct 

support for creating CD tracks. At the 
moment you have to rely on an external 
program to convert the samples into a CD 
track, which is a pity. 

Studio 16 is a difficult product to assess. 
It's certainly a very high quality Hi-bit sam- 
pler and a lot more, and the new version 
of the software is very easy to use. in partic- 
ular the new graphically- based CueList. 
However, it is not cheap and the imminent 




A PROFESSIONAL VIEW 

Jim Hawkins is a professional multimedia producer who makes his 
living writing TV and movie screenplays. He's responsible for Musir 
Maker and Asterix on the CDTV. and is currently working on a CD 
version of Asterix. Here Jim offers his opinion of the latest version 
of Studio 16. 

"There's only one minus point about version 3 Studio 16 soft- 
ware, and that's the loss of the real-time DSP effects module, 
which is guaranteed to get your friends gasping as it does weird 
things to your audio. 

"The major plus of the new software is the enhanced perfor- 
mance. The Editor creates waveform graphs from large files 
more quickly, and that's a big bonus. The seek time to selected 
sections of big files is also much less painful. If s also good to see 
that the use of intelligent modules that load on to a work space 
has been retained; the temptation might have been to make one 
vast program. 

"As the hardware hasn't changed, there's no enhancement 
of the actual audio quality, but then it's hard to see how it could 
be any better than it is at the moment - perfect capture at sam- 
ple rates up to 48000 16-bit sample/sec and perfect replay. 

"There is improved support for Bars & Pipes, full MIDI and 
ARexx support and full use of the hardware SMPTE timecode 
generator. No surprises really -just a continual upgrading of the 
system software, better performance, and improved reliability. 
The included BigBlodcs utility to increase the logical sector size 
on hard disks may prove a life-saver to those with slower SCSI or 
IDE drives. It didn't do much for my 440Mb Wren external SCSI 
drive - the speed increase was 4325 bytes/sec 

"One major overhaul is the CueList editor, which is alto- 
gether a fantastic tool for getting recordings just right. For 
people creating multimedia or videos, it makes fully professional 
mixing and dubbing possible on the desktop." 



TUDIO 16 



The Editor enables 
you to cut and paste 
between samples eas- 
ily, and even undo 
cuts if you make a 
mistake. 



release of die RTX module for the 

Wmvlooh samplei means thai it will final!) 
have some serious competition. 

Studio 16 is extremely useful for video. 
multimedia and CD production., but it is 
by no means a cheap option, because you 
will also probably need to expand your sys- 
tem to get the full use out of it. 

However, Studio 16 is still cheaper 
than comparable dedicated systems, for 
example the Soundscape which retails at 
around £2,500, and, all-in-all Studio 16 
should have pride of place on many a mul- 
timedia professional's desktop. O 





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Given the amount of data that is 
being thrown around when editing 
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An extremely good manual covering 
all aspects of this somewhat complex 
program and the hardware. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

Very good, especially the new 
CueList which allows you to drag and 
drop samples. 



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Good facilities for manipulating sam- 
ples but the lade of direct support for 
creating CD trades is a pity. 

VALUE 

Although it's not cheap. Studio 16 is 
extremely powerful and a lot 
cheaper than dedicated systems. 



CUEING THE ACTION 

The only completely new 
feature in the software is the 
CueList. This incredibly power- 
ful part of the program allows 
you to control the sequence 
in which the various samples | 

are played back. 

Here we take a quick 
look at what the various but- 
tons do... ' 



VERDICT 



1. These are the playback 
and recording controls. 
From here you can play 
any or all of the tracks or 
record a track while play- 
ing back the others. 

2. These controls deter- 
mine how samples will 
work with each other. 
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one sample stops and the other 
starts immediately. 
3. These samples will fade from 
one to the other in a time deter- 
mined by the space between them. 



. Each of these is one track, 
which can be named. If you have 
got an accelerated Amiga and a 



fast hard disk, you can have up to 
eight tracks. 

5. The blocks represent one sam- 
ple, which is played back at the 
appropriate point in the CueList. 

6. These four samples are butted 



together, so they will play one 
after the other with no pause 
between them. 



** The sample quality is 
excellent, and the new 
version of the software 
is much easier to use 
than the previous 
release. Expect to hear 
it on a multimedia disc 
near you soon. *" 





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♦ 2968 ARTE DEMO BY SANITY 
Very nice alternative demo 
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.2950 RINK A DINK (NOT AGA) 
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Old, but popular U4IA Toons 
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Music for the Royal Fireworks 
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Friends of Paula Music Disk 
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Information & GFX about the DR 



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3 Little pigs with pics and speech 



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Tracy Osborne puts 
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educational offerings 
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JUNIOR ESSENTIALS IS 

a collection of six arcade-sryle games 
that aims to reinforce an ambitious 
range of subject areas. Maths, History. 
Geography, Science, English and 
French are all covered at a broad level 
aimed at five to 1 1 -year-olds. 

Players test their reactions, solve 
puzzles and develop strategies in the 
games, but ultimate success rests on 
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played on a colour-coded Achieve- 
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Junior Essentials way, n'est pas? When did you last have a conversation about acorns? 



printed out, for those who merit ii. 

Each game can be played at six 
levels, and offers features lo inrrease 
die potential for challenge. 

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time provides good practice and con- 
solidates knowledge and skills. 



However, the games suffer from 
looking like educational programs 
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entertainment software and offer 
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There's a bat and ball game, a 
Paemnn-sty\e race, a sideways scroll- 
ing Space Immilrr clone, and a paint 




Timed to perfection: clear the bricks and 
shoot the right clock in Break Up. 

program. The remaining two offer- 
ings involve grabbing the correct 
answer from a moving screen and 
completing a sequence from a set of 
options. There is nothing to inspire 
the experienced gamer. 

The 10 Out Of 10 range has 
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ous educational potential, but this 
example just misses the target. 

In its education guise it tries to 

do too much, and therefore lacks 
integration, while in its game aspect 
it just isn't enough fun, 1? 




** The selection of skills 
and knowledge are 
conveyed in a mostly 
uninspiring manner. •* 




lO Out of lO Educational 

KIDS LOVE DINOSAURS 

and often display a surprising rapac- 
ity to pronounce and spell the names 
of their favourite extinct behemoths, 
while they struggle with more mun- 
dane words. 10 Out Of 10 are 
attempting to capitalise on this 
enthusiasm with Dinosaurs. 

There are six arcade-style games, 
each with six levels of complexity 
and features for adjusting the chal- 
lenge. In this package the Achieve- 
ment Record does not have links 
widi the National Curriculum, but 
displays players' results with refer- 
ence to dinosaur-specific facts, such 
as diet and dimensions. 

The many tasks include match- 
ing pictures of dinosaurs to their 
names, identifying dinosaurs from 
descriptions of their behaviour, size, 
or physical features; and answering 
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To succeed, players will need 
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of scientific words combined widi 
inspired guesswork wouldn't go 
amiss, either. An eight-page booklet. 




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A SCSI CONTROLLER is ., 

derful thing. SCSI stands lor Small 
Computer System Interface, which is a 

fairly accural? description of what it does. 
It is an interface standard which translates 
Instructions and transfers data between the 
host computer and an external device. The 
external device can be anything that con- 
forms to the SCSI standard. At the 
moment this includes hard drives, 
tapestreamers, CI)-R< >Ms. and scanners. 

However, it is mainly used for hard 
drives. SCSI mechanisms are the industry 
standard for machines such as the Apple 
Macintosh, the IBM PC", and compatibles 
and, until the A4000. the top-end Arnicas. 
SCSI interfaces are necessarily compli- 
cated, because the protocol has to support 
such a wide range of devices. 

SCSI 2 is an extension of this standard 
which supports more commands and also 
provides higher data transfer rates - up to 
live times that of an ordinary SCSI device. 
These rates obviously depend equally on 
the device which is being driven. In fact, 
there is only a small improvement in speed 
when using a SCSI 2 device compared to 
the older SCSI ones. 

The A209I was the officially approved 
interface for die first Amiga, (the A2000) 
lo have a SCSI interface It's successor, the 
A 109 1, is manufactured by the American 
firm DKB, but Commodore played a large 
part in the design of the card. 

The card itself is a relatively complex 
multi-layer affair. DIP switches at the rear 
control options such as the SCSI address 
number of die card, whether to activate 
synchronous mode and whether the 
devices require a long or shori boot-up. 

Synchronous mode can result in much 
improved transfer rates, because each data 
packet transferred does noi have to go 
through an acknowledgement handshake. 

The A4091 does like the devices to be 
properly terminated. If your SCSI devices 





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Commodore approved SCSI controller. 



Very Large Scale 
Integration (VLSI) 
technology produces 
an impressive feat of 
engineering* It's just 
a shame that the 
interface is so fussy* 



do not have buili in termination (which 
most internal drives <!<> not) a termination 

module is supplied which must he attached 
m ihe SCSI bus. This can be a bit of a pain 
if you have more lhan a lew cards installed 

in your A4<)oo. The terminator and die 

extra connector on [lie ribbon cable have 
to be jammed into the space. 

Tin- other major difficulty is that the 
A4091 seems to be a bit fussy about who it 
will talk to. Some mechanisms work fine, 
while others aren't recognised at all. or 
only every now and again. Having said that, 
if von find a compatible mechanism, it 
seems to work well. The A4091 was able to 
cope with an internal CO-ROM drive, 



" SCSI 2 supports more commands and also provides 
higher data transfer rates - up to five times faster 
than an ordinary SCSI device. m 

something that the Oktagpn and Trifecta 
cards cannot do. 

The only other quibble is the external 
SCSI socket. It is a 50-way D-tvpe connec- 
tor, but it is a subminiature one and is 
incompatible with the majority of cables 
because the Mac, PC and. until now, the 
Amiga, all use the slightly larger tvpe. It 
seems a bit pointless. O 



GOING FOR BUSTER 

The A4091 Is a special Zorro 3 card, so it will only work on the 
Amiga 4000. Unfortunately, because of problems with the A4000 
Zorro interface, the A4091 will only work with later revisions of 
the Buster chip. 

The Buster chip (which is located slightly to the right of and 
little behind the RAM sockets on the motherboard) must be a 
revision 11 or above. Most A4000s sold in the UK have an older 
revision of the chip (09). You can check yours by opening the lid 
and reading the last two digits on the chip. If you have a 09 you 
can get it replaced under warranty. It is worth checking now, 
because you will need it sooner or later. 



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The A4091 board's speed problems 
Me, for the most part, with the A4000 
rather than the board itself. 



A useful installation guide, but an 
in-depth explanation of the different 
options would have been helpful. 

ACCESSIBILITY 

You should be able to use this board, 
even if you are not familiar with SCSI 
devices, and how they work. 



Support for SCSI Fast Bus and an 
asynchronous mode are excellent. 
Shame about the rear connector. 



71T 



This is the sort of price you would 
expect for a reliable SCSI 2 interface, 
not one as moody as this. 



VERDICT 



- Although the A4091 
is an excellent piece of 
engineering, it is sadly 
let down by some of 
the deficiencies of the 
A4000. It also seems to 
suffer from having 
some incompatibility 
problems with other 
mechanisms. ** 



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CLE02 TOTAL CONCEPTS GEOLOGY Thil tltie is 
the second m the series ol quality programs by Chris 
hilt, using the GoldDish HyperfcooA system* it will 
guide you and your children on an interactive guided 
tour through the incredible world of volcanos, rocks 
anil nuneraJs Two disks only E4 50. ♦ 

CLE03 TOTAL CONCEPTS SOLAH SYSTEM Now 
our most popular titte ' This one myites you to learn 
M about the solar system, with information on all of 
the planets & systems with pictures supplied by Nasa 
this is a superb educational package for children A 
adult* This title is so big it ts supplied on Three disks 
and is pnced a! only £550, +■ 

CLE05 A-CHORD So you want become the next Enc 
Clapton then this is just what you need ■ This program 
will teach you nearly every s*ng!e guitar chord 
including fingering techniques, it will even play the 
chords using the amigas built m sound chip. A must 
tor every single guitar player beginner and experts 
alike Pnce C3 50 i 

CLEI5 FAST FRET By Ke»fh Klarworthy. this program 
is a guitar scales tutor the very ihmg lor the budding 
lead guitarist 1 Will play the scales through the Amigas 
sound chip with ajustment ol speed tor every level ol 
skill required* There are many esterases in many 
scales so you too can become the next rock legend* 
Suppled on one drsh pnced £3 50 * 

CLE029 PREHISTORIC FUN PACK This rs a superb 
titte containing lour tun dinosaur games. DtnosbdK a 
95 puzzle game, Dlnosaw is a jigsaw memory 
game Snakes & caves is the old favourite snakes a 
adders, and Eggstinct is a lun egg collecting game' 
Win keep the kids amused for ages* 1 disk £3 50 * 



CLE035 TOTAL CONCEPTS SOLAR SYSTEM 2 In 
this sequel to our most popular title. Chns Hill brings 
you me very latest on the Solar System* Ail the very 
latest planetary missions are covered & il you thought 
the images in TC J Solar System were good wait until 
you see these 40* images* This is a must it you have 
TC! Solar System Supplied on 3 d'sks only £5 50 * 

CLE049 TOTAL CONCEPTS DtNOSAURS 3 Is the 
late^l TC! to |0*n this exellent senes & uses a new 
luyoui giving you a dmo image A into buttons onevery 
page' ft includes the new superstar ot me dino world 
Velociraptor ft you are at all interested in Dinosaurs 
this is a must to complete your Dinosaur library" Over 
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CLE41 BASICALLY MEDICINE A title written by 
members of the St Johns Ambulance bogade. this is 
a superb title covering Diseases.tr eatmenL Medicine 
& Drugs Health & Illness, Bas>c equipment needed & 
tne medical pioneers who helped create modern 
Medicine' A really useful title Comes on two disks 
4 50. * 

CLE051 PAINT PASTE & DRAW This is a stunning 
drawing colouring book, containing lots ot background 
pictures, brushes to paste on, plus editor to design 
your own . you can even add your own artwork to the 
picture A superbly presented program, this one is a 
musftor young children' 1 disk £3 50* 



CLE54 TITANIC Yes, a book covering one of the 
most famous of all passenger ships The Titanic and 
its fateful maiden voyage This title is Morality 
crammed with lacts and lugures on one of the most 
fascinating ships of all time, a ship which was 
Thought to be unsinkablel Comes on 2 disks and ts 
pnced at £4 50 * 

CLU03 TYPING TUTOR A program here now tor all 
you budding office clerks, learning to type can be a 
real pain H lessons cost a fortune, but not when you 
have an amtga ' This program will take you step by 

step through a full typing course, showing where to 
place your fingers and lots more Before long you n 
be able to type as fast as I can I Price C3.50 * 

CLU032 POWERT6XT 2 This is a superb & 
powerful wordprocessing program, featuring 
omb&fMod commands, automatic saving, Mail 
merging, built in spelling checker, user definable 
function keys, wordwrappmg & much much more' 
You will probably never need any more than this ■ 
Needs 1 mg of ram 1 disk £3 50 . 

CLG041 F1 RACER This is a very professional 
game, 3d graphics m a Formula one type vein as 
viewed horn the driving seal Speed is subject to the 
speed ol your machine (it really looms on an Amiga 
4000') Lots ol tun tor anyone who likes driving 
games with super graphics & soundi Very 
mpressivo game i dtsk £3 50. ♦ 



CLG042 CRYSTAL SKULL This was written as a 
commercial release but was never released' It is a full 
3d role playing *Dungeon Master* type game, speak 
to passers by, kill them. Investigate any one of 4 
pyramids with all its ghosts & goblins This will keep 
up your interest tor ages* ^ disk £3 50 - 



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TOTAL CONCEPTS DINOSAURS Superb book' 2 disks 4 50* 
TOTAL CONCEPTS FRESHWATER FISHING 2 disks 450 * 
NtGHT SKY E*eHenl guide to the stars. 1 dtsk 3 50 • 
WORDS & LADDERS Good spelling program l disk 3 50 * 
BASICALLY AMIGA gun*) to Am»gados' 3 d*sks 5 50 i 
LETS LEARN For children of 5-7 years 1 disk 3 50 * 
ALPHABET TEACH spelling program for rho k»dsM dtsk 3.50* 
HOME BREW Create your own brews' 1 disk 3 50 * 
TOTAL CONCEPTS ECOLOGY Learn ecology 3 disks 5 50 * 
KINGS ft QUEENS A history lesson* 2 disks 4 50 t 
THINGAMAJ1G An electron* |»gsaw 1 disk 3 50 * 
WORK & PLAY 3 educational programs i dts* 3 50 - 
PLAY IT SAFE Teaches sately in the home, 1 disk 3 50 > 
BIG TOP FUN Four programs 1 disk 3 50 + 
JiGMANIA Jigsaw solving & construction set' 1 disk 3 50' • 
CHESS TEACHERteach chess in a tun way' 1 disk 350. * 
MIND YOUR LANGUAGE improve speech t d*sk 3 50 t 
SPEED READING Tesls you* reading speed 2 disks 4 50 * 
CHORD COACH This is a superb Piano Tutor, 1 disk 3 50 * 
SNAP An educational game tor languages . t disk 3 50 * 
CAT T Supejb Tarot reading program 2 disks 4 501 * 
FUN WITH CUBBY 6 superb games tor Kids' 1 dtsk 3.50 * 
PEG A PICTURE Make pictures wtlh pegs 1 disk 350. • 
UNDERSTANDING AMOS* NEEDS AMOS) 2 disks 4 SO 1 
SPITFIRE' The legendary WWII lighter 1 2 disks 4 50 * 
MESSERSCHMITT BF109 And the German' 2disks4 50 - 
YOUR FIRST PONY All you need to know! 2 disks 4.50 . 
THE TIME MACHINE Teaches kids to tell time, 2 disks 4 50 * 
DISCOVERY AMERICA Learn about the USA' 1 disk 3 50 ■ 
HOME INVENTIONS inventions smccf 1750 2 disks 4 50* 
MY LITTLE ARTIST cotounng book Needs Tmg 2 disks 4 50 1 
BOREAL IS JUNIOR Drawing for young children 1 disk 3 50 * 
COMPOSITION Photograph Tutorial disk. 1 disk 3.50, 
AMOS LANGUAGE QUIZ Helps learn Amos I disk 3 50. 
PORTRAITURE 2nd photo tutorial program 1 disk 350* 
FUN WITH CUBBY 2 Another 7 tab kids games! 1 dtsk 3.50* 
BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY Good lor education 1 disk 3.50 < 
SEA SENSE Learn all about boats' 1 disk 350 t 
ROCKET MATHS Easy maths lor kids' 1 disk 3 50 * 
DRATV2.4 Runecaster. Translator. needsl5mg2drsks4 50* 
TELL THE TIME Jusl what the kids need 1 disk 350* 
LET'S LEARN 2 Super early learning disk' 1 d'Sk 3 50+ 
BASICALLY BASIC Learn Basic programming 1 disk 3 50. 
BASICALLY CHEMISTRY A good Chemistry Tutor' 1 dtsk 3.50 



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CLU01 VIDEO niLLRCfeatH vtduo liltesf 1 disk 3 50! * 



CLU04ALPHAGRAPH for producing Bar ft Pie charts etc! 350 * 
CLUOG SUPERSOUND V4.7 Superb sampling software 350 
CLUtO POWER ACCOUNTS account statements. etc 3.50* 
CLU11 CALCVIveryuseful spreadsheet program" t dtsk 3 50 1 
CLU12 VIRTUAL WINDOWS Notebook Address bookl disk 3 50 * 
CLU13 DATOS A powerful database, many features 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLU14 STOCK CONTROLLER Keep track of stocks 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLU15EPOCHVI calendar tor Amiga, 1299 yr diary ld<sk350* 
CLU16 CROSS STITCH good needlework program, 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLU17LC10 FONTS Nice fonts tor Star LC 10 printer' 1 disk 350* 
GLUTS LC200 FONTS Fonts for your LC200 printer* 1 disk 350 1 
CLUI9 LC24 FONTS Fonts for youi Star 24 pin printer 1 disk 3 50 * 
CLU20 CANON BJ 10 Super Fonts tor BubWfl|ol Idtsk 3 50* 
CLU21 INVOICE MASTER Sort out your invoices' 1 disk 3 50 1 
CLU22 HARD DRIVE MENU Superb hard dnve utikty' 1 disk 350 1 
CLU27 IMAGE BASE Simple authoring package I disk 3 50 # 
CLU2A CREATIVE ADVENTURE TOOLKIT Needs Imbthip 3 50. 
CLU29 GF X. Graphics convenors, sprite editors etc' 1 disk 3 50* 
CLU30 DRAW SELECTOR V2 pools prediction prog 1 dtsk 350* 
CLU31 FLOWCHARTER Fo* creation ol flowcharts* 1 d«sk 350* 
CLU33 AM TUITION Create WB3 look & feel progs Idisk 350* 
CLU34 IMAGE DOCTOR V1 Image processing 1 drsk 350 * 
CLU35 CRITERION Database lor Photographers etct disk3 50* 
CLU36 IL1NOIS PROFESSIONAL Fab labelling system 2 disks4 50 
CLU37 FIND IT This is a superb directory utility 1 1 diusk 3 50 



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Britain 's best-selling magazine for hardcore 
Amiga enthusiasts - gives you this: how to 
connect a CD-ROM drive to your machine. 

And this: a full listing of every single multimedia 
CD available for your Amiga. 

And this: how to make shockingly good 
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APRIL 



Hip hip hooray! The Public Domain 
is here to stay! Or at least that's 

what Richard Baguley thinks as he 
digs through the latest pile of 

games and disks to descend on to 
his workstation from on high... 





So just how did the Germans choose to defend the 
beaches of France? Find out with The Longest Day... 



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MR A COOKE 

Hisiorv may be bunk, but it's important that we 
don't forget important events such as D-Day and 
the da\ I was born. 

Anyway, this hyperbook educational program is 
designed to provide the basic facts about the back- 
ground to the Allied attack on northern France on 
the June 6, 1944. This auspicious date was to be 
the beginning ol the end lor the Axis Power's 
plans for world domination* 

VI though there area variet) <<i scanned images, 
most of the Information is presented in the form 
of maps. There isn't a huge amount of detail in 
this presentation (which fits on to one disk), but 
on balance, it is well clone, and could be a useful 
educational tool. 



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SCRIBBLE PD U233 

Food is alwavs an interesting subject, and new 
ideas for recipes are alwavs welcome. You could go 
out and bus a new cookery book, or you could use 
Bun Apj/flil to give von inspiration. It's ,i simple 
database program specifically designed for hold- 
ing recipes and the disk comes complete with a 
database ol 21 serving suggestions. 

The real strength of the program lies in the 

w.i\ you can access the recipes you have entered. 



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database for recipes that don't involve dead animals. 



Each emrv can have a number of keywords associ- 
ated with it, so you could code-name a recipe 
Vegetarian or Cabbage, for example. You could then 
search through the database looking for thai key- 
word. For instance, if you had a lot of aubergines, 
you could search for every recipe which uses them. 
Bon Appetit is entirely text based and it's not 
the most friendly program I've ever seen, but ii 
could be useful if you are looking for inspiration 
For a dinner party. 



FIND IT 



UTII. 



Take mv word for it - having a hard disk is a 
double-edged sword, as it's very easy to lose a file 
in the several hundred directories thai a typical 
disk contains. Unfortunately, the designers of 
AmigaDOS decided not to put in a Find Utility, 
such as Mac users have been using for vears. 
Anyway, a certain Michael Sewell needed a utilit\ 
to find files, so he wrote his own. 

find It is a pretty simple affair which enables 
you to search an entire disk for anv file which fits 



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For those of you who have been exploring the ■ 
wilds of the Gobi Desert for the last few years, or 
whose copy of Amiga Format has been eaten by 
the chihuahua every month since you started sub- 
scribing, morphing is a process of transforming 
(metamorphosing) one image into another. Some 
people consider it to be somewhat old hat but I 
think it's rather fun. 

Minimorph is based on the PD morphing pro- 
gram VMorph but is about SO times faster because 
Minimorph author Philippe Banwarth used 
Assembly language to write it. I couldn't make a 
comparative speed test but a simple 10-frame 
morph was produced in a matter of seconds on an 
A3000, which was significantly faster than 
VMorph. This would obviously be slower on an 
unaccelerated machine, but still very fast 

You are limited to black and white lo-res 
images, and restricted by the contents of the 



within a certain pattern. Von can search for a file 
with an exact name or yon can use wildcards - to 
search for a file which ends with .IFF, for example. 

Once the search is complete, von are presented 
with a list of files which fulfil the criteria, and von 
can read. view, hear or edii them simply hy select- 
ing one and pressing the appropriate button. 
These buttons can be defined to use your own 
choice of viewing or editing program. 



UTIL 



Spreadsheets have never been noted as the most 
exciting aspei 1 »»l computing, Inn there is no deny- 
ing their usefulness. The facilitv to change one 
aspect of a complex set of figures (such as your 
spending habits) and to recalculate the entire sel 
of figures from [his (so you can reassess the Size <>l 

your overdraft ) is undeniably useful. 

Eosycah has been around on the PD scene For 

some time, and is wideh held to be one of the best 

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palette. Several images came out with corrupted 
palettes - white replacing some of the greys. But 
apart from these minor bugs, Minimorph is an 



being ;>* good as mam commercial spreadsheets, 
.lliliou^h ii huks some functions, such as creating 
graphs or graphics from your figures. However, an 
extra program to clu this will onh cost you £10. 

This is certainly an extreme^ powerful pro- 
gram uiili a ven well designed iisei interface, lis 
mil yet up there with die commercial spreadsheets 
hui. believe vou me, it*s nm far off. 



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Taking a calculated risk in Calculus Combat. Solve the 
sum to save the city from a serious situation. 

I have some ven bad memories ol Calculus and a 
mark in m\ \ O Level Additional Maihs which 
still haunts me. Fortunately, iliis educational game 
has nothing i<» da with all that hideous differential 
stuff, but is a simple number-crunching game 

hasrd mi missile command. 

\ Dimmer ol nucleai missiles an- lulling mi to 
vmii' (iiies ami vou launch fighters to intercept 
ihem by getting the correct answer to sums. 
Selling the game to .1 Bister speed noi onh makes 

the sums hauler. Iml also makes ilie missiles lall 
faster, lis lairl\ bask, but good Fun and covers a 

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AMINET 

Everybody knows Ix.u useful a calculator can be. 

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animators and film makers. 

lu i«ifn ttli includes such useful functions ,i» 

the ability to calculate ho\i mam frames an obje< 1 
will occupj it it is travelling at a 1 ertain speed over 
a fixed Held ol view. Just what I needed for 
fiendish time and motion equations at school. 

You tan also convert from one measurement 
10 another, for example bum inches to metres to 




GAME 



FORTISS PD 671A&B 

There have been numerous theories about the origins 
of the pyramids, but personally I find the one that says 
there is a link with PD and the shoot-em-ups somewhat 
difficult to accept. 

Anyway, in The Pyramid Game, Bernard The 
Spaceman has been captured by an evil mummy, and 
it's your task (if you choose to take up the challenge) to 
guide him through the maze of the pyramid to the exit. 
As you'd expect, a variety of obstructive meanies are 
intent on blocking your path. The only way to progress 
to the next level is to avoid them and drop three dia- 
monds on to the door. 

Overall, The Pyramid Game is an enjoyable outing, 
although it's not without its faults. For example, the 
joystick control method takes a bit of getting used to. 
I'm also not too sure that the collision detection is 




I bet Howard Carter never had problems being 
harassed by hordes of unpleasant meanies. 

everything it should be, but this may just be 
a symptom of my frustration at the level of 
difficulty, because it's bleedin' hard. 




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the camera and it is 234m away now... Run! 

kilometres. Lastly, figures tan easily be convened 
between the various formats used in the film 
industry, such as SMPTE frames and F.1H hence 
il.s usefulness leu friends ol the celluloid medium. 

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t\JBS 

"()li no!" I hew you cry, "noi another version of , 
the firs! ever video game. Pong." Well yes, bin iliis 
one has (excuse the pun) a new angle and the 
author describes ii as: "Pong with bigger balls and a 
lol ol colour." Instead of jus I a plain background, 
you can choose a somewhat psychedelic effect 



Peee-uke! A grab cannot capture the truly vomit-induc- 
ing back and forth motion of Sickball's playing area. 

which moves hack and lonh in the most disorien- 
tating way. As ii thai were noi enough, the ball has 

inertia and motion sickness. Yurgh. 

Points are scored by hitting the pins which 
appear random!) in the playing Held. The winner 
is the first player to get to nine points, but your 
score is cleared il you lose the ball over the edge 

ol the screen. Vou can play Sickbatliu either one or 

two-player mode. 

It's not a had game, but il is prettv difficult, 
A\\t\ the random appearance and disappearance of 
the pins makes it more a question ol luck than 
judgement. If there were a scries <»1 patterns for 
the pins (like on a pillball table, for example). 
Sft hhull might be a hit more playable. 



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TOP lO GAMES & UTILITIES 

Every month, we peruse the best-seller lists of a prominent PD company. This month, it's the turn of: 
MAGNETIC FIELDS 0772 881190 



1- Road 2 Hell 



2-GigerTetris 



GA123 
A1201 



6 - Operation Firestorm 

7 - Magic Workbench 



GA155 
UT141 



3 - Channel Z - Issue Two 

4- Organised 


A1229 

BU004 


8-Superdark V1.4 
9 - Quizmaster 


UT140 
GA002 


5-RelokickV1.4 


A1252 


10- Dragon's Cave 


GA186 



WHERE TO GET THE DISKS IN THIS ISSUE 



FORTISS PD: PO Box 2, Earl Shilton. 
Leicester, LE9 8LU. 0455 850980 

MR A COOKE: 195 Woodmansteme Road, 
Streatham, London. SW16 SUB 

17 BIT SOFTWARE: 1st Floor Offices, 278 Market St 
Wakefield. West Yorkshire WF1 1DH. 
0924 366982 



NBS: 1 Chain lane, Newport loW, PO30 5QA. 
0983 529594 

SCRIBBLE PD: 2 Hillside Cottage, Burstall. Suffolk, 
IP8 3DY. 0473 652588 

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Little Heath Industrial Estate, Old Church Road, 
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Excellent ' Dt«v" clone 



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A fixer for dodgy disks, the DiskSalv Shareware program 
was written by Dave Haynie. one of the original design- 
ers of the Amiga. It only costs you S10 to register. 

ONE OF THE best things about owning an 

Amiga is the large amouiu of Public Domain and 
Shareware programs iliai are available lor your 
machine. No matter how obscure or seemingly 
mundane the task vou wain to perform, it is a fairlv 
safe bet that there will Ik- a program somewhere in 
the voluminous archives of the many Public 
Domain libraries and Bulletin Boards which will 

fulfil your requirements. 

Main PD programs are completely free. The 
author has waived their copyright and the pro- 
grams can lx* freely copied and distributed, but 
should not lx* sold for profit. When vou buv these 
programs from a PD library, vou are paving for the 
disk and covering administrative costs, but vou are 

not paying for the program. Other PD software 

falls into the category of Shareware, which means 
that vou are asked to make a contribution to the 
author of the program by registering as a user. 

After all. it's only fair and reasonable that the 
author should get some kind of reward for all the 
time and effort they have put into creating the 
program, and the asking price isn't usually much 
more than a tenner or so. 

So, how many people register Shareware? 
Steffen Gutmann. author of the Shareware 
database program AmigaBaw, says that so far 10,'S 
people have registered as users of the program, 
and Andrew Woods, author of the Shareware 
spreadsheet Ensycalr Plus (registration fee £15), has 
received around '2(H) registrations. Meanwhile Nico 
Francois, author of the excellent K-Mail program 
Spot, has had over (iOO registrations. 

"I'm very pleased with this response," says 
Andrew Woods, "so much so that I'm starting work 
on EasyCah 2. The IK hits a reputation lor being 
dishonest when it comes to registering Shareware, 
but I think this is unfounded. " 

So where have these registrations come from? 
Most of Stelfen Gutmann's registrations have 
come from his native Germany, while around 95 
per cent of the Kasycalr registrations have come 
from within the UK where Andrew Woods lives 
and works. 

"I think that the hassles of obtaining foreign 
currency put oil manv people who would other- 
wise register." says Andrew. About 50 people in the 
IK have registered Spot, and Nico is very pleased 
with this response. 

Manv Shareware authors distribute a disabled 
version of their program, with the full version only 
being sent out to users after they have registered. 
However, both Steffen and Andrew distributed full 
versions of AmigaBase and EasyCak 2 with no dis- 
abled features. 

"You can't use all of the features of Amiga Base 



Many of the best PD programs are Shareware, but what does this mean 
and how does it work for the authors? Richard Baguley investigates 



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If you are discovering the many delights Electronic Mail, you'd be well advised to check out Spot, the excellent 
Shareware E-Mail program from Nico Francois, which will cost you 1000 Belgian Francs. 



if you don'l have the user manual." savs Sullen. 

although he is currently considering making 

future versions of the AmigaBase program disabled 
in some way. 

Nico Francois decided to release a working. 
but slightly disabled version of his Spot program. 
"II I hadn't crippled Spot I'm sure 1 would have 
had far fewer registrations." he said. 

Andrew Woods disagrees: "I don'l believe in 
Crippleware as a means of distributing software." 
he said. "I know that 1 would never register any- 
thing if it had been crippled and obviously mv 
customers feel the same way. I think an annoying 
requester popping up every few minutes is a much 

better solution." 

What's the future for Amiga Shareware? 

"There is an awful lot of crap out there." says the 

ever-diplomatic Andrew. 

"Most Amiga Shareware is very (heap but also 
Very poor. However in recent months the standard 
of Amiga Shareware has improved dramatically. 

"I think that the introduction of Workbeni h '_' 
and :i has been responsible for this. Writing good- 
looking user interfaces has suddenly become a lot 
easier. I think that if you have a piece of quality 
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maybe even years slaving away 

over a music or graphics demo or 

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Send it to Stephen Bradley, that's 

what. It really makes his day. 







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If only Vic Reeves were here. He wouldn't be lost for 
words upon sighting this unheavenly Pha Q vision. 



DEMO 



f»MA Q 

PD-SOFT 3529 

Another day, another demo. This one from the 
Scoopex team is called Pha Q (is thai rude?) 
I.amnirw Took Me. How very, verv odd. Strange 
business this hee.mse. at one point, the raw back- 
ing track comes to a halt and this I hap appears 
with one very long buttock, resting on a forked 
stick (thai bloke's a nutter). And Ins cap has got 
this really huge peak. Disturbing. 

In another bit the screen fills with insects 
which are then squashed bv a linger. Freud would 
have had .1 field da\ \|>.nl Irom that, it's the usu.il 
fare of swirling dots and vectors but it's the man 
with the long but !<•( k who gives this a fresh feel. 



DEMO 



FLYING COWS 

Pf>SOFT 3528 

It the cow jumped over the moon, would it be .is 
sick as a parrot? No matter, cows are in the air in 
this beefy demo, but spinning rather than living is 
[In- order of the day for our bovine chums. A pol- 
ished Polish demo, Hying COWS includes a whole 
Iwix ol effects though none fertilise the imagina- 
tion to any great extent. Why the cows are 
airborne in the first plate is somewhat ol a inv.stcrv 
but let's press on regardless. 

Hacked b\ a thumping, demonic, track, vari- 
ous visuals Hash l«n th in a similar manner to main 



An apt title for many of the demos that arrive 
the AF office, Totally Insane is more than wort 
of its moniker. Darth Vader-type bloke, BP pet 
toilet and Workbench - these are just some of 
random visuals that make a guest appearance, 
well as the odd Armageddon image. The demo 
starts impressively at the rear of a cinema, zoi 
ing down the centre isle before dissolving into 
the screen. Although Totally Insane is a mishmash 
of imagery, the music track is good, there is so* 
decent ray-tracing and oddly enough, it's dedi- 
cated to British Petroleum in Sweden. Yes, totally 
insane but take a look for yourself. 




This demo isn't called flying Cows for nothing. There's 
ample evidence of their penchant tor airborne activities. 

other demos ol the genie, bul only this one has 

the odd tow revolving ai the top of the screen. 

Swuling dois. bright fractals and .1 tasty Glen/ IA' 
DOX set the moo...d. Oh dear. Not had, not great 



SUBLIMINAL 



DEMO 




Just to make the point that it isn't from Finland. 
Subliminal XTC opens with a map of the UK. 

'Free youi mind. 1 exhorts iliis lmle rave nunibci 
hum Mirage I K. Mow you do so i^ open to qui - 
lion. The track is .i rcalh thumping 'whistle* and 



dungaree*' affair and combines nickering text 
iwtncK such .1- psycho and scarpei 1 with .\ vai iew 
<>i . o|i .in tul images. It * .1 looping aflaii so you can 
put ii on In your bedroom ai nighi and wake up to 
it the next day if you're rcalh keen. 

Subliminal XTCfo a lad repetitive, although the 
map ol Britain looks dand> mu[ the sirens sound 
like the ones du\ used to test in Tadcastei on a 
rcgulai basis. Brilliant. Well that bit is anyway. 



SLIDE 




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The mysteries of Ancient Egypt have fascinated 
generations. Anyone fancy coming down the pub? 

\m informal, but informative, jouniej down ment- 
or) lane - well, you'd need a long memon to 
rcmcmhri 3000 year* ago. Various artefacts arc 
displayed along with explanatory texi such .1^ .1 
[i.ni oi earrings which, n is suggested, appeared 
around the time ol Tul himself and were worn l>\ 
boys who then discarded ihem upon reaching 
manhood Bil lik>- tocta really. The image qualin 



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I'm not sure what that funny-looking white box is. 




Trekkies. and those whoit interest In Star Trek is not 
quite as obsessional, will find this a thrill. 



A two-disk collection of hand-drawn Star Trek 
AGA pictures, and ideal complement to the 
theme tunes, if you will. Created using Real-3D, 



PUneK space stations and ships. But no chippy or 
sports centre. What on earth's going on? 

author Gareth Collins has put together a reason- 
ably good collection of 12 slides of spacecraft 
hurtling across the galaxy. A decent addition to 
any self-respecting Trekky's collection. 



is pretty good, although the lexi is a bii tough to 
read. It would have been nice to have had an 

explanation «>l what those pyramids are all about 

though. An<I the sphinx. Funny4ooking bloke thai 

Tnianklianniii 



DEMO 



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This is incredibly similar to the view that Captain Kirk 
has when perched on the bridge of the USS Enterprise. 

Welcome ii» vei anothei Stat frnVinspired demo. 
boldly going where no man has.. .etc Stoi Trrk 
Themes i> a double-disk package containing both 
the original and the S»\i Generation series music 

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front-end. a blank screen i>r flash through the 
stars at pace while Kirk and the oilier blokes nib- 
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Mki isi einen Deutsche demo." as the) SI) in 

( .riinan\. probably. Subtle shades <>! what. I rcalh 

wouldn't dare to venture. Rav Ban Wayfarers, 
they're quite subtle shades. Anyway, it* 1101 il» 
nn.Ni vibrani collection of images I've evei seen 
but those with a |>eiichani For dotscapes. vectors 
.unl plinki rave music may find ii an agreeable 
addition to theii collection. There is no llneai pat- 
tern to the images, although one musi be grateful 
foi die non-appearance of an animated naked 
woman clutching a sword while towering above a 
fearsome dragon. Devotees only. 




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have been a real labour of love. 

And now for something completely different. 
The Land of the Midnight Sun (that's Norway, 
that is, now home of the famous East German 
shot-putter Lilly Hammer) provides the inspira- 
tion for this collection of fine drawings. Apart 
that is, from the one of the Oriental blofca smok- 
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is too, with a stirring, if rather futzy soundtrack. 
There are lots of fair maidens, more castles 
than you could imagine and a veritable host of 
panoramic mountain ranges as well as the obli- 
gatory woman with a mighty sword. If s aM 
positively medieval, but pretty nice quality, 
despite that. 






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TOP SO DEMOS 

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E16BIORHYMS CALCULATOR ChipUynyour 
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E30 GCSE MOOULE 1 Maths Mody ttok 
E12 UNITS - Speed, lime, weight length. ang*e* 
torce, density, voajme* Measurement conversions 
EM ELEMENTS v2.3b lr»teractrve c*hoolc teole 
tot chemistry 

E36 STEAM ENGINE Cross section animation of a 
steam engine See how tney work, with labels 
E37 FOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE Croaa 
section animation or a cur peeol engno 
E42 GAS TURBINE ENGINES Cross section an- 
mabons of an old and modem turbine pi engines 
ES4 ST1RUNG ENGINE Cross section animations 
ol the Stating engine 

ES657 \2 DISKS) AMERICAN FOOTBALL 
Comprer^ensnm laustrated nae booh of this sport. 
ES3 CHILDRENS FAVOURITES - Rve nursery 
rhyme* Pictures, onscreen words and me tunes 

W, 3 SOFTOARg 

U3i;» BUDBASE Vi^ Sample to use database 

U3 1 1 EASY CALC PLUS Commercial quahty 

spreaOsheei Loads of fealures -NOT A500- 

U3Q9 EASY CALC - Almost ihe same as U31 1 but 

mnnuri iho graphs faeddy, but won\s on the AS00 

U3t0 PAY ADVICE DATABASE v3 00 Paysip 

database 

U303 INVENTORY v2 ■ Stoc* control, staff wages 

database and general database an in one 

U135 600 BUSINESS LETTERS - A letter for every 

occasston Job appecabons lo complaints 

U273 ACCOUNT MASTER V2.1 - Very powerni 

personal finance accounts programme 

U?6S JOURNAL v2.0Q - Another decent accounts 

programme 

U242 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Ready 

prepared wills to cover encfless sttustons* 

U?09 FORM REALLY UNLIMITED ■ invoice and 

form designer with print lacilrty 

Ut66 B1ZCALC Loan and mortgage calculator 

U304 TEXT ENGINE v3 4 - The best shareware 

word processor With interorated spell chechc 

UI ULTIMATE ICON DISK Eft. draw your own 

Workbench icons Import graphics from IFF paint 

package*- Loads ot eumpie cons included 

U3M-CAD The only PD CompuW Aided Design 

programme Pretty good 

U9 C LIGHT - E*-commeroal raylracer . now 

shareware Easy lo use. 

U62 SCENE OENERATOR Fractal landscape 

generator. Produces malrsbC mountain londacapes 

wrlh water, douds. snow, ate 

U 1 1 5 LAND BUILD - Another powerful fractal 

Land&caper 

U102 AMIGA FOX * Desktop puctahmg package 

U142 FREE PAINT Th« best PO IFF pamt proggy 

U?06 CYCLOPS Plasma picture generator 

Colourful and weird effects. 

U271 POLYED ■ Animation creator. Uses polygons 

to allows large animations on low memory Amiga s 

U296 GRINDER Powerful picture formal convenor 

Supports IFF GIF HAM-E. HAM. TtFF. ATARI, etc 

U289 MINI MORPH Picture warping and morphing 

programme Supports 16 colour pictures 

U286 KIDS PAINT 5*mple. easy and (unctonal 

•rt package for youngsters 

U306 ELECTRONICS CAD Schematic designer 

U?l l CAPTtONATOR Scrotng text mdeo Mter 

U187 MOBED 2 Sprite drawing and animation 

editor For coders 

U154 AUDIO ANIMATION - Anirnetan studKi with 

Orion stun taoMy Sound samples can be ass^ned 

lo any frame 

U54/US5 (2 DISKSJ VIDEO UTILITIES - Cc*edion 

Of useful vtdoo titang toots. 

U2dS sMOVIES - Video titling tool For adding 

scrolling ten to videos Te*i can scroi up or down 

and across the screen Plus some other *tra U 

U296 MIXED IMAGINE OBJECTS * Loads ot 

Star Trek objects and military hardware objects tor 

use with ihr tmacane raytracev 



U236 Photo copers. Office. Men at worh 

U230 Food 

U224 - Sign boards. Star Trek Christmas 

U?23 * Sports. Transport. Work. 

U221 Anatomy. Buildings Chnstmas. Hobday- 

U220 - Anrmais Peopto P Places 

U2I8 - Cartoons, ConstnjcUon Reagion. School, 

Weddings 

U100 Teddy bears 

U9d Easter. Chnstmas. Jungle Anrmatv Famous 

laces. 

U95 * Zodiac sjgns H Computers, Symbols Logos 

Sport 

U251 Betaes. Furniture. Space. Skeletons 

U233 * Chnstmas 

U229 Cars, Flowery docorauons. Cuprd Hearts. 

U227 ■ Palm trees. Party invites. Maps of Europe. 

Postage stamps. 

U226 - Wed wrest Crowds of people. Frames. Signs 

U225 Fancy leflers T Cars. Cuto Anmaas 

U822-Mus-c. Silhouettes Symbols Teddy boa's 

MUSIC TfiQleS 
U 178 COMPOSER rraojtonal mus-r composing 
with notes and staves 

U314 0CTAMEO TUTOR comewhenswe manual 
tor slnjggtmg Oc lamed users 

U200 SHADOW SAMPLE MAKER Ooate sound 
samples without a sampler 
U32SOCTAMEDV2.0 The best PD music 
sequencer around Outfc complex but well worth 
the effort 

U1A3 PROTRACKER Ann'her good musx 
sequencer 

U256 ST-05 - Sound samples and Wtruments lor 
use with either U183 and U325 
U257ST-I1 As above 
U2S6 ST-50 » As above 
U259ST-ST As above 
U260ST^«S As above 
0261 ST-W As above 
U2fi2 ST*9l As above 
U263 ST-M As above 
U2S4 ST 93 As above 

U2it ftCOMrtU Po^erWoHfctaKfcH* 

someare. 

0215 FREKOPY Baxki up commerdaJ 

software 

U283LOCKPICK Similar lo Freocopy but supports 

some other different Mies * around 450 

U1S8NOERRORS Formats hard dnves and 

floppies with hard errors iphyscaJ damage to 

surface) and hoes them so data will not be written 

en read from the bod tracks Saves you money. 

useless disks can now be used 

094 MRBACKUP Hard drive backup software 

U327 OISKSALV 2 Corrupt daia recovery 

Undeletes tiles, validates drsks. reads badly corrupt 

files and rewntes them. etc.. -NOT A500- 

U328 MAVERICK COPIER Another commnncai 

game protection cracker Weti over 400 games 

supported 

U329EPU HARD DRIVE STACKER IncnsajM 

hard disk spaco upto h(Fm usmg speoal 

cornpressron libranes wheh compress laes written to 

the disk Stays rudden m the background 

rrfam r 

U291 RELOKICK Downgrades your A500. . A600 
or A 1200 fo Kickstari 1 3 Very reliable compatibility 
ratio when used to run many A500 unry titles Even 
works with many commenciaf games Esscnhai 
U30tA-REXX MANUAL i>t# narye manual on the 
A Rom pn^grarriming utnguage Many eiample 
senpta. 

0208 RACE RATER Horse raong prerScfor 
U294 POOLS TOOLS - Football poott predictor 
U323FOOTY ^ootbal league datotase Presents 
venous types of statistics, prus match precfrctans 
U316 MAGIC WORKBENCH Give your 
Workbench a cosmetic face lilt Changes the com 
and a choce ot background patterns. ^JOT ASO0 
REQUIRES A HARD DRIVE- 
U793 PARBENCH Amiga networking software 
Allows communfcattons ^r^j corntrol bswteen two 
connected Amiga (even COTV) computers. 
0282 TERMINUS 2,0 B »ceaent rnodam 
communication* sohw.i r 
U300 NCOMM X0 * Lastesl version o* ma 
■ncredibry popular ctmmunicabons package Very 
easy to setis? Great lot beginners 
0267 SPECTRUM EMULATOR V1.4 Run 
Spectrum games on your Amiga Load in software 
vm a sampler. Games can than be saved to cask 
0241 CANON PRINTER DRIVERS BubWe Jet 
drivers lor the following models CenonBJ30 
CanonBJ 10-20 CarwnBJ3M*300 
U239 STAR PRINTER DRIVERS • 9 and 24 pin 
pnnler dirvers tor ess Star range of prtnters 
Ut03 MESSYSID II Transfer f-4eo to andtrom 
Amjga COS and PC MSDOS disks 
U31 3 AGA UTILITIES Loads ol uWtS tor A 1 200 
owners. Includes a number downgrading tools 
U274 CG FONTS COLLECTION VOL1 Scalable 
Compugraphrc kmts tor word processors and DTP 
tn.iT support this format Hkgh quaaty 
0275 CG FONTS COLLECTION VOL,2 As Above 
U??6 CG FONTS COLLECTION VOL.3 As above 
U308 CG FONTS COLLECTION VOL4 - As above 
Ulle BLITZ BLANKER - Bnl screen bianker wrtnen 
•n Bin** Basic, includes source code Comes with 
a variety ol modules Besl used with a hard dnvo 



018^164 (2 DISKS) A84 PACKAGE C^rmvodore 

64 emulator Run C64 games on your rruggy. -NOT 

A 1200- 

U14€ AMIGA SYSTEMS CHECKERS - Suite of 

Amrga system performance testers and diagnostic 

m+jrgej 

U1 12 AMOS WORDSOUARE SOLVER Locale 

those ekisrve words 

U in GOLFSCORE Gotl score database Keep 

a computerised record o* your results 

U7 GHOST WRITER - Intro demo writer Also 

include your own music modules. 

U I BO BROWSER II Superb directory utility For 

iramtenng file* otc Editable pun down menus 

U 188 EDIT KEYS - Keymap editor 

U209 DART MACHINE Computer dart sconng 

U2» CHARACTER GENERATOR Advanced 

Dungeons and Dragons character generator Every 

rute rs rea lis ed by the programme lor character 

creaiion Also will print out the character sheet, 

U2B0 LEMMINGS II HARD DRIVE INSTALLER 

Inslafl Ijmrnjnga 2 on your Hard dnve *NOT A50X1 

REQUIRES 1 5 MEGABTYES OF RAM- 

U3Q? AMOS NCOMMAND Design Workbench 2.0 

r^lyle front endi tor your Amos progr am m es Saves 

as Amos source code Save youfsetf hours ol 

coring 

0307 AMOS PRINTER ROUTINE Creates GFX 

printer printer routines tor Amos protects 

0248 NOAH S BEGINNERS GUIDE TO THE 

AMIGA Tuional for complete beginners. Based on 

the AS00 but toads of univunsal intorrnabon lor all 

models A!*o covers hardware hke, modems, hard 

<invn. and pnnlers 

O240 AMOS LESSON 1 Easy Amos tutonal 

Focuses on basic screen commands, giving many 

esampJes nrtteraclive* on how they work and tor 

whet purpose they can be used tor 

U17>174 NORTH C Complete C prrigrarnrrvng 

environment 

U160 POWER LOGO Logo programming tan- 

DOftp.S •WSOO ONLV 

D153 RETINA Energetic rave music wrth flashy 

effects Turn down the Ire;* 

D157 MOBILE * DESTINATION UNKNOWN 

Speciactutnr vector demo 

0159 LETHAL EXIT Long running vector based 

dema Light wiuiced veclr?r^ and tunnels. 

DI60 TROJAN ■ TECHNO TRACKS D • Rave 
demo horn Ihc US of A- 
D149 PLANET GROVE Very eye catch-ng 
DT5fl NOP AGA Little domo from Hungary 

Dlbt FAIRLIGHT 242 Twenty rvne megabytes 

of graphes compressed onto one disk inoBd*c*e 

Cool rave demo -A500* 4 AflQO USERS REQUIRE 

FAST RAW OR RELOKICK- 

Dt 62 FRONTIER Rolling demo ol EMe ll 

DI56 JETSET Vectors andgnW 

D148 STATE OF THE ART - One ol most graphcaV 

ly enpnssstve musx: demos eve* 

Dl4G7t4U2 0iSKS> RSI TIME ZONE Awesome 

megademo 

'25 \2 DlbKSi REAL EMPATHY Fifteen 
mmute demo wrm a shool-envup at the end *A500 
ONLY* 

D122 BURGER HILL • tntkjeneced by Ihe humbto 
hamburger -A5Q0ONLY* 
Dili ALPHA OMEGA very clever demo -NOT 
A1200* 

Din FRACTAL FRENZY MancSebrot demo Fasi 
real* time calculations. 
Cr90SE5POlR Pnjtty classy demo 
D77 MELTED EXPERIENCE Rr>cnmmended tor 
all senous demo cotoctm 
D6&J66 12 DISKSi 5ILENTS BLUE HOUSE 
Sl'ange combination of a Thrust clone and toads of 
music tracks Vgood -NOTAU70O- 

MUS IC DBM t 

MI37 DIGITAL DEBUSSY VOL 1 - Five haunting 

piano renditions ot Claude Debussy. By Rob Baiter 

M i r*a DIGITAL DEBUSSY VOL.2 - More ptano 
hakes 

MI39 CLASSIX Much: ol three tamous composers 

Handel Bach, and PachoftjeL 

Mt34 RHAPSODY IN BLUE - Popular pzi music 

From the Galaxy chocolate advert^ 

M 1307131 i i?- 1 1 34 |4 DISKS) THE A*2 OF C64 

SONGS hundreds of classic Commodore 64 tunes 

irom gamer* Many from the top game music 

ccjmposers of ihal era Great itul 

M1P9TOCATA* FUGUE IN D MINOR WeU 

known poputar classical musw: pexe - but no one 

seems to knaw the n*/nc7 *N0T A500* 

M125MUMBO JUMBO Decern music and 

mlarsting visuiils Things fry all over the place 

MI22 GOSPEL KARAOKE Sing a long to the 

words arvd sampled muse 

Ml 19 TECHNO WARRIRORS Rave for over 24 

minute* 

S88 FOflGOTTON Reeling famasy artwork 

S87 TEFhVmNATrON PICTURE SHOW 1 - Hand 

drawn cttaraclar* from 2000AD and the OC comics 

S86 CAT SLIDESHOW D*g*lised arte and flufry 

kitbes 

S85 NAM SLIDESHOW Snaca from the Vietnam 

war 

S73 GULF WAR SLIDESHOW What hardware 

was used m the conflict 

887 NAGEL SUOE Hand draw-i pctum Of 

seductively dressed larJes 



SM JURASSIC PARALLAX ■ Many vicious 
dinosaurs 

SM SATURNE 93 Well drawn artwork from 

Manga art lo taniasy art 

S91 MANGA WORLD Needs no inductions 

S?2AKIRA More Manga pictonrs 
S100 FERRARI AGA « Fast sports cars -A1200 
ONLY* 

S94 NIGEL MANSELL AGA - hsge m his Formula 
One racing days vnth Williams -AT200ONLY- 
S93 REVELATIONS One of the best hand drawn 
slides how s ever. Amuing attention lo detail 
■ '■:' 

G282 MEGABALL AGA Superb ar»anc-d ctone 

m 256 colours A real gualicy game by any standard 

•A1200ONLY* 

G2B8NUMERIX EiceHenl board game ky I or rwo 

pUyors A hybnd of Tetris. Domrnos and Scrabble 

G271-274 {2 DISKSi STARBASE 13 So Fi 

graphic adventure Uses point and dek imertace 

used by such games hke Monkey Island 

G22? CHESS GAMES 2 very w err programmed 

chess games GNU Chess 'NOT A500*. and Chess 

2.0 (for all Ameja r s) Includes 10 top Chess Dps on 

how to play sucevshi Chess 

G2B0 BLACK DAWN * 30 perspeclrve dungeon 

game with an Aaan Breed scenario 

G07SEALANCE Suonwine wargame 

G1B3 BOUNCE A BLAST Very puyabto piatform 

Wasting gAme Bn*ant canoon sprees 

GTS3HELL20NE Shoot em-up kko ft Type 

G2O0 FIGHTING WARRIORS t or 2 player mamei 

arts commit game Large w«a anenated characSats 

wth numerous moves rtluceng a couple of specot 

moves 

G205 TOP OF THE LEAGUE - Soccur rruvvacejment 

game 

G210V21 1(2 DISK5> TALISMAN ■ Huge €On driven 

graphic adventure -«EOUi«ES 2 MEGABYTES- 

G212 FRUSTRATION Te¥i based adventure 

Loads of depth 

G224 OBLIVION Fast moving defender done 

G226 MOR1A V54 * Masvve RPG. Dungeons and 

a town to esptore Hours of ptay 

G2M GIGE R TETRIS Tetne wflh 2&8 COtours 

•AI200 0NLY- 

G232 MONACO Arcade game done Fast and 

furious. 

G237 BACKGAMMON Computer vtiwn of thrs 

board game One or two piayers 

G241 IMPERIAL WALKER • Take control of an 

X Wing fighter and slop the Impenai Walkers from 

reaching thw Alfced HO 30 Game 

G246 WI8BLE WORLD GfODY - Amiftog platform 

puzM game simitar lo the budget Diz/y games. 

G169 DONKEY KONG Fun platform game The 

'■■.-■ htarto n M w Kan 1etJl 

AI200* 

G236 TETftEN - Tetris game w^th themed levtfs 
Takes rnc theme one slap further 
G271 JELLYGUEST 30 isomemc pu//le game 
G166 OTHELLO Good version ot the board game 
Computer player rs a rear tough customer 
G276 THE GREAT ESCAPE OF BILLY BURGLAR 
Lovely wrtle platform game Help fl**y escape from 
the spotlights 

GCfl INSIDERS CLUB Siockmarket game. Better 
than ii sounds Very polished adctetrve game 
Gin CRA2Y SUE II ■ Very popular pUttorm 
adventure game 

G35 JAR - Crystal Gaelics clone. An CM arcade 
game a bil hke Pocman with raised r^trorms 30 
rsometnc A real cassc PO game 
G163 TREASUE ISLAND Treasue search gxme 
for youngsters 

G?fl67?87 i? DISKS) EXORCISM - SrmWr graphic 
teit adventure m a haunted house. 
G28a r 284^?6S 43 DISKSi KLONDIKE DELUXE 
AGA * Fantastic card game. Each card shows a 
drflerent 254 colour pcture GUmourous Mrjas 
G2S3 LCD DREAMS Four liand held game 

dttufj 

G254 THE LAST REFUGE EnSertanng meoevM 

shoot em-up 

G255 AMOS CRICKET Cncfcet game 

G256 SHANGHAI OrvamaJ Me board game 

G257 DELUXE PACUAN - Grwai Pecman don* 

Much improved over (he ongrnal inrj u rjee power up 

4ems besides the normal pews' pais 

G256 BONDMINE f 13 - Boulder Oone at tf • besl 

Againenottobe m eiseJ. 

G268 SLAMBALL Furunstc Amer can too**! 

management game Based on SpeedbsAV 

G2««70f2 0lSKSMtlhHOU Awesome gotf 

game 

Q239 RAID M ■ Game produced usaig the Shool- 

em-up OTismxaon m Superb graphc delan make 

rt about the besl PD game c/e+ted us-ng esis 

designer Looks a tat eke SWIV 

GOQ CROAK i Frogger ctone. 2 player mode tots 

you race acssmsi a Inend at The same time Great 

laugh 

OH? BATTLEMENTS . Rescue Esme#e4oa m thrs 

Hunchback done 

GlSB BRAIN BALL Look toceung oncenal pu^/le 

game Requwes great skill, so if s pretty tough. 

G240 BILLY THE DRAGON Easy gotng cute 

buster for kids 

G196CAO - Produces graphic acrventure games, no 

j - r ;r.|rnnnr"j Ku;*vtpij*' r k --j Ub rnJ 

21 GAMES Chinese Checker. Amejairotton. 
Co-irnoroids. Peg pu^/ier. Trc lac toe. Bally ill 
isedflemrnon Op and down. Deluxe Hamburger. 
Kam'kan chess Egyptian run And toads more 



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them off to us at: Workbench, Amiga Format, 30 Monmouth street, Bath, Avon BA1 2BW 




At first glance, there is very little difference between an 
IDE hard drive (like the one above) and a SCSI drive. 



>ED RUBBISH 

I have recently bought an Amiga 1200 Tilted with a 
80 megabyte hard drive. After installing 50Mb of 
information on (o a 74Mh partition* I tried to 
defragment 'optimise the information but it was all 
deleted. As you can imagine, I was not amused. Is 
it true that you cannot defragment an IDE hard 
drive? The warranty seal has been broken — how do 
I stand with getting ICL to come out and repair mv 
Amiga if 1 have a problem? 

J Jewell, Plymouth, Devon 

You certainly can defragment an IDF. drive. I have 
dune mi myself main limes. You neglected to s.i\ 
what software you were using i<> optimise the disk, 
but I imagine this may he where the problem lies. 
If it was an old program, and youi disk was format- 
ted using one of the new modes there may have 
heen a eompalibilil\ problem. Anvw.iv. von should 
really have backed up all the information before 
you tried to optimise it. 



I have an AS00+ (with 2MB), Workbench V2/04 and 
a Slimline external disk drive. I use my A500+ 
mainly for making and copying pictures and titles 
with my video, or just for fun. 

Just lately I have had five disks come up with 
DISK ERROR 880 and have lost a lot of my work. 
although I always try to keep my disks wrrte-pro- 
tected. Not knowing much about computers, but 
after a lot of head scratching and searching 
through mags I have come up with: DISK ERROR 
•80 is a boot block error (checksum error). 

1) If I am right how can this occur? One picture 
will load correctly and the neirt will corrupt the 
disk although not fully. 

2) How does the error spread rf it is not a virus? 

3) More important how can I stop the •*•••• • 

thing. 

PS About half the disks I use are new and the rest 
are reformatted magazine coverdisks. 

Mr R Ixirli, Sutton. Sumy 



II your warranty seal has been broken then 
ICL are under no obligation to fix your machine 
for free. If von installed the hard drive yourself 

* * 

then von reallv haven't j»ot a ley in stand on. 

However, il a company installed it for you, 
then you mav be able to claim a warranty from 
them - particular!) il it is the hard drive itself 
which is t ausing the problem. 



1 hope you, or another reader, can help me with 
my problem concerning connecting my Amiga to a 
Psion Series 3a electronic organiser. I have con- 
nected my Series 3a to my A4000/030 using the 
Psion 3 link (serial version) cable. My problem 
stems from the fact that Psion only produce the 
accompanying software in PC and Macintosh for- 
mats. Although I can perform rudimentary file 
transfers using commands such as COPY AUX: 
TO (MY FILE), this is by no means ideal. 

Can you tell me if there is any software for the 
Amiga like there is for the PC and Mac? (Psion UK 
didn't know of any). 

If there isn't any such software what would you 
recommend to ease my communication problems? 
I would be eternally grateful for your advice, and 
forever in vour debt. 

a 

Mr Anonymous, Somewhere or Other 

Not being in possession of a Psion 3, I'm not able 
to help with the Psion side of things. However, at 
the Amiga end. I can tell you (hat il the Psion :i 
uses a standard serial transfer, some cumins soft- 
ware should help. You can get hold of PD 

programs such :is JfiComm or Ncomm from any 

Continued overleaf ** 



There* are several possible causes for your disk 
error problem - which is not a terribly serious one 
by the way. Firstfy, the Disk Validator on your 
Workbench disk may be damaged or corrupted, 
either by a virus or just wear and tear on the disk. 
You can easily solve this by copying a new version 
of it from your original Workbench disk to the L 
directory. 

The second cause could be you. Are you sure 
that you are not ejecting disks from the drive 
before they have finished accessing? This will usu- 
ally result in checksum errors on the disk. Such 
problems are often solved by using a program 
such as DiskSalve (which appeared on the 
Subscribers' Superdisk with Issue 56) or another 
disk salvage utility, tt is unlikely that there will be 
significant damage to the files on your disk, 
except for the one you were accessing at the time. 

the last possibility is that your drive may be 
faulty. Does this usually happen when you are 
using one or other of your drives? It would also be 
a good move to check for viruses too. Make sure 
you have an up-to-date Virsus checking utility, 
such as Virus Checker 6.34. This can be found in 
most PD libraries - see the ads near the PD pages. 



IF YOU HAVE A QUERY... 



Nick Veitch 



At Amiga Format 



many questions as 
we possibly can 
every month, and 
hopefully to sort out 
all your problems. 
Of course there are 
always more ques- 
tions than answers, 
so we have to 
prioritise queries 
according to the 
following factors: 



• Frequency. If a lot of people seem to be 
having problems with their Supersonic KY3000 
printers then we will print one letter and the 
definitive answer, encompassing all the most 
frequently posed problems. 

• Difficulty If the problem is actually some- 
thing which only someone with some insider 
technical knowledge would be able to solve, ft 
Is more likely to be answered in these pages 
than a problem which arises simply because you 
haven't read the necessary documentation. 

• Impact. Quite simply, a question which 
involves you not being able to use your machine 
or some peripheral or software will be given 
priority over a difficulty which is little more 
than a slight inconvenience. 

Unlike some magazines we won't lust concentrate 
on the areas of expertise we are most familiar 
with, we will take on any problem (as long as 
there is an Amiga Involved). We have even 
enlisted the help of Commodore's Chief Engineer 
for those particularly tricky questions. As you will 
appreciate, we do get a lot of questions. If you 
want to get yours noticed, here are a few tips: 



Be concise. 

• Detail the actual problem as best you can. 

• Where applicable, describe the sequence of 
events that caused the problem. 

* Give details of the equipment you are using 
(including which version of Workbench you 
are using and which model of Amiga you have). 

• Make sure your question is relevant and 
wouldn't be more easily solved by the dealer 
from whom you bought the goods. 

DON'T 

• Spend three pages telling us about your Aunt 
Ethel and only then explain your problem. 

• Write in with questions such as 'I added a 
hard drive to my machine and it doesn't work, 
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• Send an SAE expecting a personal reply. 
The chances are extremely slim 

Please bear these points in mind and remember 
that we are trying our best to help you. 



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good Public Domain librarv. which can easih 
download ASCII text Have any Amiga and Psion 3 
owners oui there had any joy? 



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I am a young (14-year-old) computer user who is 
very proficient not only with the software side of 
computers, but also the hardware side. I recently 
had the good fortune to pick up a second hand 
A1500 to replace my knackered A500+. The new 
machine came complete with a 4Mb RAM expan- 
sion (GVP RAM-8) and a 40Mb hard disk. 

However, the HD controller (it's a Dataflver 
card), appears to be dead. This leaves me with a 
working 2.5-inch SCSI mechanism but no con- 
troller. I was wondering if the GVP HC8 controller 
would be a suitable replacement if I bought it with- 
out a mechanism. Also, why does the Public 
Domain diagnostic program A/BB report the RAM 
card as RAM and SCSI controller when it is onlv 
the former? 

Any help would be much appreciated because 
I don't really want to spend mv hard-earned cash 
without knowing if the board is suitable or not. 

Roy Stephenson, Morpeth. Sarthumberiand 

A 2.5-inch SCSI mechanism? Are you sure that it is 
not 3.5-inches? Whatever the case the HC8 card 
will be able to access it. At £99 the HC8 is a great 
value SCSI card, and one which can cope with 
almost anything. 



keeping rr 

Please could vou tell me how to write a program to 
add to my Startup- Sequence that asks for a pass- 
code. Also, how can you use your own pictures as 
backdrops in Workbench? Do you have to have 
Workbench 3? I have an A500+ with Workbench 2- 
Another thing, you stated in A/56 that 
Commodore had released a hard drive installer* 
How much does it cost~> where do I get it from and 
does it work with all programs? 

Ross Bamford* Ilkestmu Derbyshire 

You certainly can write such a program* You will 
have to write il and execute it from the Startup- 
Sequence. It doesn't reallv matter what language 
vou write it in, hut remember that it won't be very 



I recently bought an A 1200 and I am trying to get 
to grips with the new preference programs in the 
Prefs drawer of the Workbench 3 disk. I've got no 
problems with Font Sound. Input, and Pointer, but 
when it comes to the Palette program, why b it I 
cannot select the multicolour option, or more to 
the point, I can select rt but when I go to SAVE or 
USE nothing seems to have happened. 

This really bugs me especially when I look In 
your magazine and find that you have a screen 
shot of your Workbench with a picture displayed 
on the Workbench screen m full technkoJour. 

All that I get when I want a Workbench screen 
picture to be displayed through the WtPattem 
program is a four-colour version which is not inter- 
pre table I would be most grateful if you could 
help me on this point. 

Jonathan Cotiim. Fife. Scotland 

The solution to your problem was explained in my 
best-selling book, the Amiga Format Bumper Book 
of Hints and Tips (which came with AF54). To go 
through it again, you should first run the 



desire and slide the colour bar up to 256 - the 
maximum displayabie. Click on the Save button 



When using Snapshot from the Window 
menu on Workbench, what ts the difference 
between the Window and All options? 

The Window option fust does a snap of the 



However, selecting the All option will cause all of 



shotted too. 

What is the dock speed of the A1200 and 



of the A 1200 



secure. For a stan. it will onlv activate when your 
machine is booted from thai disk, so people will 
still be able lo boot from other disks. Also, the 
Startup-Sequence tan be interrupted by pressing 
Control-D at am time, so this method ol set tint) is 
easily In-passed. 

If vou reallv want to protect your data, it is bet- 
ter to encode the data itself, rather than restrict 
access to the machine. 

The installer mentioned in A/56 is a genen< 
Utility which allows soft ware- developers to write a 
comprehensive and easilw\e( uu-d script to install 
the software on disk. The program itself does not 
install the software, it just makes it easier lor peo- 
ple to write nisi. ill scripts. 



I would like to put together a disk containing 
Questions & Answers as an examination aid. I have 
a copy of the Hyperbook mulri-media program, 
which would seem well suited to mv needs. 
However I would like to know: 

1. Would I be allowed to use Hyperbook (or any 
other commercial program) because the aim is to 
sell mv efforts? 









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rf you really, a 

picture on your backdrop. 



way lo do il 



and then run H WHt n u . Click on the Cyde gadget 



Workbench may have difficulty with ooWy- 
fo» we d iff flfes, so if you are struggling with a 
particular image, try loading it into DPaint or 
AOfto and saving it out again. Note that HAM or 
HAMS images wM not work ■ they will not dither 
down to 256 colours; so you will have to do it 



mone 



this Is 14MHz. This does not mean that a 28MHz 
68000 processor is faster though. Code speed 
comparisons are only relevant when comparing 
similar processors. 

What does the Data Types drawer in 
workbench 3 do? 

The Data Types drawer holds the definitions 
i of many different file formats. These can be 
used by programs, such as Multiview which Is 
also included in Workbench, to interpret files of 
these types. Vou can now And many DataType 
files on Bulletin Boards Systems and on Public 
Domain disks. 



2. Because I am dealing with a very- minor subject 
are there other ASCII-based programs I could use 
that would enable me to use other platforms? 

A* Bird, Dorchester, Dorset 

Yes, vou can distribute your work. There is :i pro- 
gram supplied with Hyperbook i ailed ///( Reader. 
This is freely distributable and can be included on 
your disk. You don'i even have to ask permission. 

This utility, as you may know, allows vou 10 run 
Hyperbook applications bin not alter diem. If your 
program allows users to alter the data then I'm 
afraid it probably won't run. 

As lot other platforms, vou could probably do 
something similar on the Macintosh with 
HyperCard, but it would be very much a case of start- 
ing again from scratch. 

RJM WITH FONTS 

I would be extremely pleased if you could help me 
with a slight problem I'm having with 
Compugraphic fonts and Dpaint 4.5 AGA. I am 
using an A 1200 and external drive. 

I have got seven disks of CG fonts and I'm try- 
ing to use them in Dpaint. I've copied the fonts on 
to several disks called CG fonts disk but as I 
change the fonts directory for Dpaint to use, the 
requester just goes back to the Fonts: fonts direc- 
tory on my DPaint boot disk. 

Also, are scalable fonts the same as CG fonts? 
I have a couple of disks of these as well. I am using 
floppies, not a hard disk. 

I am planning to fit an XI. drive so that I can 
boot from it. I know I can boot from any drive, but 
I prefer to boot from the internal drive. This will 
leave me with an internal drive "hanging" about, 
can I use it as on an external ? 

Would it be worth buying the Disk Expander 
from Power computing, because I would only be 
using it on my XL drive and standard floppies? 

David Bateman. York 

DPaint only recognises Workbench-style CG louts. 
This means thai you have to install the fonts using 
the Intellifont program supplied with Workbench. 
This doesn't mean 1 li.it vou have to keep the fonts 
in the Workbench fonts directory, but it would 
make it easiei if you did. 11 you are going to have 
two drives, why not assign Fonts: to a disk? 
Remember to copy over the DPaint tout. 

You can turn your internal drive into an exter- 
nal one. but to be honest il is more trouble than it 



162 



is worth. You will have to build it some sort of case 
or mount it on something (it is very hard to eject a 
disk when every time you press the button the 
drive just moves along the desk), and you will need 
to make up a cable to carry the power and data to 
the drive. You will also need to change the juniper 
setting on the rear of the drive so that it is recog- 
nised as unil 1 (just conned the jumper to the 
rightmost pins ). 

Disk Expander is very useful, but perhaps you 
would be better off nol getting an XL drive or Disk 
Expander, and saving up for a hard drive instead? 



LEW'S CORNER 

By Lew Eggebrecht 
Commodore s Chief of Engineering 




GVP's A1230 Turbo* Series 2 RAM expansion and acceler- 
ator is a good option for A1200 owners. 

I don't know if this Fax will get to the right depart- 
ment, but here goes anyway. I have a question 
which I can't seem to get a reply to from the shops. 
I am interested in purchasing the new A1230 
Turbo+ Series 2 accelerator and RAM expansion 
from GVP for my A1200. I was also interested in 
buying the A1290 SCSI expansion for it, with the 
purpose of adding a CD-ROM drive 

I wanted to know if by doing this I could run 
ALL of the new CD 32 tides through my A1200. If 
not will there be any way of making this route work 
or will I have to waste my only major expansion 
route with the Commodore CD-ROM expansion? 
Presuming, that is, that Commodore can be both- 
ered to get off their fat backsides and make one 
for all the frustrated A1200 owners. 

1 want the GVP expansion because I need 
more RAM because I use a sampler and I am 
enjoying using the Imagine 2.0 3D drawing system 
that was on your Coverdisk {AF5S). 

John Stuart, via Fax 

Firstly, can I say dial we accept Workbench 
inquiries by fax, and also via our Spong! BBS (call 
0225 3IH>47). Don't expect a faxed reply though. 
Sometimes I'll be able to reply on Spong!. but 
more often it is better to share the advice with 
other users in these well-respected (excepi by the 
Publishing Director who goes through every 
month to find out how many times I said "well") 
pages. Well, on with ihe answers. 

The CAT expansion is a good option. A CD- 
ROM drive will allow you to access all sorts of 
wonderful data. Unfortunately, you won't be able 
to play CD-** games, at least, not ones designed 
specifically for the CD 32 . 

There is still considerable doubt about 
whether Commodore intend to produce a CD add- 
on for the A 1200. 

It is technologically possible for them to pro- 
duce such a CD**"* emulator but because of the 
differences in die A1200 and CD 32 circuitry, it 
would be a difficult unit to produce. Difficulty 
means expense, and it doesn't look as diough 
CBM could produce such a device for much less 
than the price of a CD-***, h doesn't look like any- 
one else will either. 




What are the differences between PCMCIA cards that run at 200 
nanoseconds and those that run at 250 nanoseconds, and why do 
some PCMCIA cards require wait states? Also, what Is the difference 
between normal PCMCIA RAM and Static RAM? 

J Barry, Inverness, Scotland 

"1CIA memory is added after the usual auto-config sequence, 
aning it can't be used for RAD, or other warm reset surviving code. 
MCIA memory Is added as lower priority than true Fast RAM. 
Normal PCMCIA RAM is less expensive, but has no battery and 
ises Amiga power to refresh the card. Therefore it cannot be used as 
a removable PCMCIA RAMdisk, but is more cost-effective if the 
primary use is RAM expansion. 



16 INTO 32 WONT GO 

I have an A600 with 2Mb and I have been wonder- 
ing if I could run A 1 200 games on it. I understand 
that the A600 is not a 32-bit machine, and that if I 
can run A1200 software it would have to be with 
16-bit graphics. 

I thought about buying some A 1200 software 
for it but then changed my mind because it's a lot 
of money to spend on something that you might 
not be able to play. Also can I buy a 32-bit chip for 
my A600? 

Michael Walker. Middlesbrough. Cleveland 

There is no way ol" upgrading your A600 into an 
A1200, shell of replacing the entire motherboard. 
You won't be able to nm AGA-only games on the 
A600 because you don't have the AGA chipset. 
The chips don't just plug in or anything. 

You should understand that the A 1 200 and the 
A600 have very little in common apart from the 
operating systems which are similar to one 
another, but not identical. 

It is a miracle that the A 1 200 can run any soft- 
ware written for older Amigas at all. If you want to 
use A1200 software, buy an A 1200. It may seem 
harsh, but that's the way life is. 



I own a CD 32 and an A500 at the moment, but I 
have heard about a card which will turn the con- 
sole into an A 1200 . 

I was considering selling the A500 so I could 
afford to get the expansion board, do you think 
this is a good move or would it be better to hold 
on to the 500 at the moment? Will the expansion 
still allow me to have an MPEG cartridge and does 
it have a serial port? 




This little box Is the FMV unit. Plug it into the beck of a 
CD 32 and you can watch all the CD-I disc movias. 

Last November I bought a CD 32 , which I've been 

very pleased with. However, after reading about 

the Full Motion Video unit over Christmas I was 

very eager to get my hands on one. So I bought 

one, along with a CD-i film Star rreJr 6 

Since then I've experienced some problems. 

Occasionally, at random intervals the film jumps a 




Microbotics are currently working on a card for the CD 32 
that will effectively change it into an A1200. 

Also, why don't they bring out Beneath A Steel Sky 
on CD 32 , so that il would get the full benefit of 
digitised speech, more graphics and better sound? 
Will Microcosm ever be released and how much 
will it cost? Is Rise Of The Robots getting released on 
CD 32 and if so when? 

Colin Lamont, Scotland 

The card lhat you refer to is being developed bv 
Microbotics, but il is not finished yet, so it is a bit 
difficult to tell just how much like an AI200 an 
adapted CD 3 - will be. 

I imagine that it will have some son of through 
port to allow an FMV module to be added, bin 
even if it doesn't, you won't want to use both at tin- 
same time anyway, will you? 

It will have a serial port, so that you can con- 
nect to a modem or another serial device. As for 
your query about the release of CD 32 games, you 
will lind a review of Microcosm in the games section 
of this issue, and I suggest that you check the 

Continued overleaf •" 



couple of frames, and once it even decided to play 
every tenth frame or sol Is my unit faulty, is the 
film a pre-release version, or is there an incompati- 
bility problem with the CD 32 , FMV and CD-i disks? 
Incidentally I did not receive any demonstration 
disks with the unit 

I am very confused by the whole affair. Silica 
Systems told me that the FMV unit had been re- 
called, yet Commodore customer services said that 

it hadn't! Please could you advise me on what If 
anything, to do. 

Paul fleams. Bamet. Herb 

The CD-i discs should work without any problems 
with the FMV unit. There was a problem with the 
prototype FMV module for the CD 32 , but this was 
sorted out well before the units went into mass 
production. The CD-I standards are slightly differ- 
ent from the FMV White Book definition, but they 
are still compatible with the CD32. Either you 
have a faulty disc or a faulty module. Try getting a 
replacement disc before calling ICl To find out 
more about FMV and CD-i, turn to our FMV feature 
on page 35. 



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ol other imminent CD^* releases. 



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Bock up your important data, recover deleted files, 
protect your confidential info ond optimise your disks. 
These two Workbench-friendly, easy-to-use programs 
are a must for all users of floppy or hard drives! 

The Coverdisk version of Ami-Back Tools could be the 
answer to a reader's deleted file dilemma. 

I have owned an A 1 200 for a few months now and 
I read your magazine for several months before 
thai, I have experienced a few problems in this 
time, but nothing compared lo the catastrophe 
thai has recently occurred. 

An expensive file has been deleted from a 
High Density disk. I have read about various 
undeleting utilities, and I wondered if you could 
recommend a cheap, reliable program, because I 
am strapped for cash at the moment? 

If possible, how about sticking it on a 
Coverdisk. f am sure many people would benefit. 

John G Jones, Clwyd* N. Wales 

The best solution is to gel hold of a copv ■>! 
Disksatw from a PI) library. or to use Ami-Bark Tools 
from A/57's Coverdisk. Hurrah for us! Of course il 
you subscribed to Amiga Format you would have got 
/>n/»Wi" with the .I/rib Subscribers' Superdi&k, You 
can also download it from the A/- Bulletin Board, 
Spon K !nn022r>31HH7. 



WHAT'S UP 

I have a problem with my Amiga. In the book 
Amiga Formal book Get The Most Out Of Your Amiga 
it says that on Workbench: "Double-click on the 
Shell icon and type DISKDOCKTOR DFO and 
press return". All mine says is "Do not understand 
DISKDOCKTOR". Does this mean I have a prob- 
lem with mv Workbench? 

if 

M Newman. Charley* Lanes 

w" 

Assuming you have a newish Amiga, the auswei is 
no. Diskdoetor, the disk recovers' program, was 
dropped from Workbench for causing more prob- 
lems than it ever solved. Do yourself a favour and 
read the previous letter. 



WRI 

I have an Amiga 500+ and a word processor called 
Transwritv. I am looking out for a desktop publish* 
ing program which is a reasonable price and which 
would work well with Transwrite. Could you give 
some advice on what I could buy. 

Keith Dickensotu Co Down N .Ireland 

Your choice of a desktop publishing program 
depends on what you actually want to publish. If ii 
is jusi going to be a question ol making your own 
newsletter 01 designing posters and the like you 

could do worse Uian having a look al Pagrsetter 
from Gold Disk (£40 from Silica 081 309 1111) or 
Wordworih (a demo of which was given awa) on 

.A/-r)i»r. For more professional work, you will need 



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Toccata (above) and Wavetools (right) arc both sampling packages which us* thair own hardware and are 
therefore not limited the the 8-bit restrictions that apply to some other - " 



- A sampler Is very similar to a digitlser The 
J technical term for a s a m p l er is a transducer - 

something which transforms a variable physical 

quantity into an electrical signal. 

However, a sampler is a very special type of 
transducer, because the electrical signal has to 

be converted into one which the Amiga can access. 

Computers only work with digital data, so the 

sound has to be converted from sound waves into 

a series of binary pulses. 

This is done by a circuit known as an ADC or 
Analogue to Digital Converter. The chip is made 
up of a large number of comparators which com- 
pare the incoming analogue signal to a number of 
set values. When the correct comparison is made, 
the result is encoded in a binary form and passed 
to the Amiga. 

The Amiga sound system is based around 8-bit 
samples. And because the Amiga's sound chip 
is essentially an 8-bit DAC (Digital to Analogue 
Converter) this makes sampling sounds less com- 
plicated and less expensive. 



Professional Page (Ai:\\ 89%)or Pagcstmm (AF20). 
Neither ol these packages will work terribly well 

unless von get some exira RAM ami a hard drive. 



OVERDUE LIBRARI! 

I bought Softwood's word processor Final Writer 
and installed it on my hard disk. I'm very 
impressed with the program, the only trouble is 
that when I install some software it also installs 
new libraries as well. Magazine cover-mounted 
disks (from other mags of course) being the main 
culprit. The problems occurred when I then tried 
to run Final Writer again, no joy! 

Is there any way that I can set up a new 
libraries drawer (such as libs/new libs: workbench: 
libs/newlibs), would this work? When new libraries 
try installing themselves into my libs drawer would 
this automatically put them into my newlibs 
drawer? If it does, this would mean a lot of library 
duplication when there is probably only one library 
causing the problem. 

Also, could you tell me if ihere is a Public 
Domain program that can show me which files and 
libraries Final Writer is trying to access. Please 
help, because it is starting to get very annoying 
paying £125 for a piece of software that keeps on 
breaking down. 

/ Mc Carthy, Baothville, Northampton 



Two things effect the quality of a sample- the 



superb, realistic quality sounds, you need to | 
pit at audio Compact Disc rates - 24kHz © 16 bits. 

" l The highest frequency that will be registered 



phng rate. This rs known as the Shannon Hartley 



and switches be t w ee n the two sound inputs. 

Sample data rs usually compressed for storage. 
The standard format rs *SVX. 

Samples are usually re co rded directly into Chip 
^ RAM The length of the sample you can record 
is thus determined by how much RAM you have. 
Some 

so get around this problam. A good example of 
such a sampler rs MegaJosound from Hi Soft <0S2S 
71*181). which was reviewed m Amiga Format 



I ibrai ies arc small mi linns >>\ program rode which 
perfunn common functions. Instead of these hav- 
ing to be re-wriiten foi ever) new program, they 
are compiled as a separate file. Hiis saves the pro- 
grammer lime, and saves you span- because mam 

programs can access ihr same library. 

OccasioualK. libraries are updated to include 
new routines oi better wavs ol doing the same 
things, libraries are harkwardlv compatible, so ,i 
new version will do all the things the old one did, 
.iv vrl! as am additions. Theorem .ilk anyway. 

Sometimes libraries contain buys. s<. some- 
times lhe\ do not work exactl) as they should. It is 
rare lor programmers to use these mistakes as 

■undocumented features" but when they do. and 

the bug is fixed in the next version, their programs 

tin longer work. 

Ihere should Ik* no problem with replacing 
old libraries with newei versions. You can Store 
vour libraries in a second directory and activate 

■ 

them using the command: 

assign libs: libs: newlibs add 

I here is a 1*1) program called Snoof/Dos, written 
bv Edd\ Carrol which can be found in any good 
PD library. It is only small, so it is usually part of a 
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ASSUMING THAT YOU have followed 

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disk. This month's tutorial is a more in-depth 
explanation of how the standard Startup-Sequence 
works. I'll be going into more depth about how 
the standard Startup-Sequence works. In a future 
tutorial, I'll cover more about how disks other 
than Workbench disks, such as Amiga Format 
Coverdisks, work. 

However, main disks are not supposed to 
work with Workbench. An easy way to spot such 
disks is to put them into a disk drive after 
Workbench has loaded. If the icon comes up with 
DF0:NDOS or similar, then Workbench simplv 
cannot deal with the disk. 

The place to start understanding how 
Workbench disks work is with the Startup- 
Sequence. Last month 1 showed you how to edit 
Lhe startup-sequence on Workbench. If you are 
still having some difficulty doing this, don't give 
up. The best way to learn more is to experiment. 

You may think the whole exercise is beyond 
you and is not really worth the effort. Well, I can't 
hold your hand and teach you everything about 
Workbench just from these page, and the worst 
damage you can possibly do is mess up vour copy 
of Workbench. Remember, ALWAYS use a copy of 
the Workbench lloppv disk. NEVER use the origi- 
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of course, von know someone who lias die siime 
model Amiga as you. 

Finallv. I'll just repeat that all of these tutorials 
are designed for Workbench 3. Release 2 of 
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it does this automatically when installing on to hard disk. MovieSetter doesn't - I had to do it by hand, which 
is why the Assign command doesn't only use capitals. The Amiga doesn't care about big or little letters. 

One of the most useful Shell commands for hard disk users is Assign. Many games and quite a few 
utilities do not work from a hard disk without it. The command is used to set up a global disk name. 
When a program asks for a disk (to get some information from it) the Assign command steps in and 
says "That floppy disk is available on the hard drive". 

However, you won't necessarily want to edit the Startup-Sequence to put your Assigns in. For one 
thing, the Startup-Sequence tends to grow alarmingly as you assign various disks. For another. 
Commodore actually check for a file called User-Startup, which is where you are supposed to put your 
Assign commands (keeps them all in the same place, you see). 

If you want to run a program automatically when your Amiga boots, you can also put the program 
name in the Startup-Sequence or User-Startup. However, most programs will do this anyway if you 
just drag their icons to the WBStartup drawer. Occasionally you will find a program that has to be run 
from the Startup-Sequence, but this is quite rare and is getting rarer. 

The Assign command works as follows;- 

Assign Diskname: Pathname 

Diskname is the name of the floppy disk, while pathname is where the contents of the floppy are 
stored on disk. So, say you wanted to play Silent Service 2 from a drawer called Sub on a hard disk 
called HDO, you would need two assigns (because the game comes on two floppy disks) like so;- 

Assign SSIIa: HDO: Sub 
Assign SSIIb: HD0:Sub 

One word of caution - when you want to delete an assigned drawer, you have to remove the 
Assign(s) from the Startup-Sequence or User-Startup files, and reboot. Otherwise you get error code 
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to read. This line just says what version the Startup- 
Sequence is and when it was written. 

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any subtle errors that are built into Kickstart 3. 
Rather than having to rip the machine apart and fit a 
new ROM chip, this program fixes those problems. 
New bugs are found all the time, so if you see a newer 
version of Setpatch copy it. I can't see Commodore 
protecting their copyright on this program without 
losing an awful lot of face. 

3 Version returns the current version of Kickstart 
and Workbench, tt can also be used to check the 
version number of programs and library files. Library 
files are updated much more often than Setpatch. and 
some programs need a particular version of a library 
file in order to operate. 

4Addbuffers is used to control how much memory 
is used by a disk drive for buffering information. 
Have you noticed that Workbench often finishes a job. 
but the disk light stays on? That's because some of the 
information is still flowing between disk drive and 
buffer memory. In this case, it produces a modest 
increase in average floppy drive speed. 

5Failat sets an error code limit - in other words. 
how bad things can get before a Startup-Sequence 
fails. 21 is quite high r which means that even if the 
Startup-Sequence cannot find a disk, drawer or file, it 
will keep executing. 

6Makedir creates a new directory, in this case four 
new directories all in the RAM disk. T is used for 
temporary storage, clipboards are used for exchang- 
ing information between programs and ENV is used to 
store Environment data - the exact setup. Sys is inside 
ENV, and is used for Preference settings. Having all 
these in RAM means that all programs can access 
them without disk swaps, and the memory consump- 
tion is very small. 

7 Copy copies any permanent environment settings 
into the ENV directory in the RAM disk. Notice that 
any messages produced by the copy program will not 
be printed. Instead they will be dumped in NIL:. Amiga 
limbo land. 

8 Resident copies a command from the C directory 
and stores it in memory, which saves putting a 
Workbench disk back in the drive when you want to 
use a command. However, commands can be quite big, 
so don't make too many resident or you will not have 



enough memory to run any of your programs! Notice 
the PURE flag - which means the program must not 
interfere with other programs. Programs are like peo- 
ple, sometimes they are pure but mostly they ain't. 

9 Assign is used to tell the Amiga where to find the 
contents of a disk without having to insert a 
floppy disk. ENV. T and CUPS are all assigned to the 
RAM disk. That's why they have to be created first 
because everything in the RAM disk is deleted when 
you reset the machine. Rexx is a special disk used by 
ARexx, and all ARexx scripts should be in the S direc- 
tory with the other scripts. Locale Is usually a separate 
floppy disk, but can be created on a booting hard disk. 
This line saves inserting the Locale disk on a hard 
drive setup. DEVS is automatically assigned on reset 
because the Amiga NEEDS a Devs drawer on the boot 
disk in order to use external devices. Keymaps. Printer 
Drivers and CrossDOS live in DEVS. As well as looking 
at the LIBS drawer on Workbench for libraries, the 
Amiga will also look in the Classes drawer. The ADD 
flag means the Amiga will check both directories for a 
given library. Finally, the Help drawer is assigned to 
the Locale drawer, assuming it exists. If ft doesn't 
exist you wont get an error because of the high 
FailAt number. 

afl ^^ Bindnvers starts up all peripheral drivers 

I %M (assuming that they are on Workbench). This is 
necessary if you want the Amiga to use external 
devices like printers. 

*f| «fl Mount is used to mount any add-on drivers, for 

I instance CrossDOS. It is also used to mount 
(connect to the Amiga) non-standard devices which 
have their own custom drivers. Anything that is in 
DOSDrivers and which has an icon (.info file) gets set 
off, so to speak. 

«lf Exists is used to see if a drawer or file is 
available. If there isn't a fonts drawer on your 
Workbench boot disk, hard or floppy, then every time 
a font has to read from a disk, the Amiga will ask for a 
disk called Fonts. The Endlf command marks the end 
of this checking procedure. 

afl ^ If Exists, You can have several If Exists state 
I «9ments. This looks really complex, but what tt 
boils down to is that if you have a particular monitor 
setting, then the Amiga will pick it. A special check is 
required for VGAOnly. because this limits you to very 
high resolution. Otherwise, the script is copied to a 
file called M in the T directory, executed and deleted. 

afl m Setenv seems a bit pointless at first. It makes a 

I "V variable in the ENV: drawer, and sets it to the 
second variable. Unset removes this setting, but 



leaves the variable intact. If you try examining the 
Kickstart and Workbench variables in the ENV disk, 
you will find that rather than containing the words 
"Kickstart" and "Workbench" they contain the version 
numbers of both products. This is used mostly only on 
specialist Amiga systems with more than one 
Kickstart or Workbench. 

«lprefs is the program that turns on all your 
preference settings, from ENVrSys. If you man- 
aged to remove all the >NIL: settings from last 
month's tutorial, you will have noticed that Iprefs put 
up a requester saying "Please close all Windows". 
That's because you're not really supposed to - but I 
just love winding up this little so and so. Just click on 
Cancel to get rid of the requester. Oh yes. note that 
nothing gets displayed until IPrefs is run, which is why 
you don't often see the initial AmigaDOS and CBM 
copyright message on Workbench 3 machines. 

«M rfj 1 Conclip starts up its own Shell process, and 

I %* lets you cut and paste words from a Shell into 
CLIPS:. As you can do this anyway, it is largely a 
redundant feature for everyday usage, but it is worth 
leaving in because you never know when you need to 
cut some text messages from a Shell and copy them 
into a word processor to prove to Commodore that 
there may be a bug in the operating system. Once in a 
blue moon usage. 

ffl ■■ Path is used to tell the Amiga where to look for 
I * any files that it normally can't find. It will look 
through all those drawers for a given command. 
library file or whatever before it gives up. This is a 
very useful command, because it enables you to 
organise your data as you wish without giving the 
Amiga a nervous breakdown. 

*■ JJ If Exists again! If there is a User-Startup file in 

I %#the S directory, it gets executed. Otherwise 
Endlf aborts the process, as usual. You can never use 
an If without an Endlf. 

#*| ^\ Resident command, this time removing the 

I ^9 Assign and Execute commands from RAM. and 
giving you more workspace. Resident commands save 
on disk swaps and run a lot faster, because the RAM 
disk has no moving parts and therefore works faster 
than a floppy or even a hard disk. 

^ ^* LoadWB loads Workbench. Without this com- 
^m Wmand in a Sartup-Sequence or User-Startup 
script you can't get to Workbench. 

^feefl EndCLI aborts any Shell process, in this case it 
■ I aborts the Startup-Sequence, leaving you just 
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